Dynafit Layers For The Ladies


Post by WildSnow.com blogger | January 8, 2015      

Time for some Dynafit love. We’ve made the long drive from Austria over to Beaufort, France at the feet of Mount Blanc. We’re in the process of checking out new gear for 2015-2016 and have reports on tap. Meanwhile, here is some nice stuff that’s available NOW, via photos we got a few weeks ago in Colorado.

On the slopes  with Dynafit's women's ensemble.

Cara, uphilling in Dynafit’s women’s ensemble.

Last year we received a full line of Dynafit women’s wear to test. Cara Spieler came to help us try them out. True to the brand, the pieces are lightweight and technical. The Vulcan Pant impressed us most. Made of lightweight softshell with a soft brushed waffle interior, they are surprisingly warm and windproof given the soft stretchy material. We initially thought they’d be a springtime pant, but they kept us warm during chilly weeks in mid winter.

Women's Vulcan Windstopper Pant: windproof softshell with DWR, multiple pockets, side zipper vent, snow gaiter, pant leg fits over boots, 570g.

Women’s Vulcan Windstopper Pant: windproof softshell with DWR, multiple pockets, side zipper vent, snow gaiter, pant leg fits over boots, 570g.

Dynafit's Patroul 2.0 GTX Women's Jacket

Dynafit’s Patroul 2.0 GTX Women’s, a lightweight, waterproof GORE-TEX® jacket with Active Shell membrane for breathability and DWR finish as water repellent, taped seams, helmet compatible, thumb hole, large front pockets, stowable in hood, 310g.

Dynafit Women's Radical Primaloft Insulated Vest

Dynafit Women’s Radical Primaloft Insulated Vest with DWR finish, longer torso, compresses into stow pocket, nice layering piece for uphilling, 230g.

Dynafit womens clothing on sale here.



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2 Responses to “Dynafit Layers For The Ladies”

  1. OliC January 9th, 2015 8:03 am

    Hope the Beaufortain is treating you all well despite poor snow conditions. Best French hard cheese! One of the best patisserie’s in the world in the centre of Beaufort. The inside is worthy of a wildsnow photo post. Some of the best mountain biking in the world too! I guided their last summer!

  2. Joe John January 10th, 2015 4:52 pm

    Go Wildsnow girl Cara!

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