My son and I just returned from a 2,300 mile motorcycle trip through the Colorado Rocky mountains. We rode over 21 mountain passes and crossed the continental divide about a dozen times. We reached altitudes of over 12,000 feet and temperatures ranging from 30 degrees to 85 degrees as we made our way up and down the passes. The Warmfront Arctic proved to be a valuable piece of gear for our trip. It is a great layering piece providing both wind blocking and an extra thermal layer for those cool mornings or when the temperature dropped as we climbed in altitude. It is easy to put on and take off as needed and folds up small taking up little space in a jacket pocket, tank bag, or saddle bag. The Warmfront has a thin form factor, so it doesn't add much bulk under a jacket which is especially important when using it with a snug form fitting jacket. While thin, it provides a substantial amount of insulation for the bodys core where it is needed the most. The Warmfront is now one of my must have pieces of gear when I travel.
Tired of being cold or too hot on a ride?
Carry too much gear?
A Warmfront keeps you warm without overheating.
Versatility, simplicity, affordability.
Because the Warmfront covers only your chest, your back won't get as sweaty.
When the conditions improve - the Warmfront rolls up smaller than a vest to stash in a pocket. And when conditions get bad, you can put it on easily without removing your helmet or your pack. Great for all kinds of outdoor pursuits from cycling and skiing to hiking, and running.
The Warmfront is technical fleece to block the wind and keep you warmer. The Velcro collar lets you easily take it off when you're warm, and put it on when you're cold. Rolls up small as a pair of socks. You'll be warmer without overheating and wearing too many layers. Specific men's and women's designs.