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Amundsen Sports - Men's Peak Panther - Desert

Amundsen Sports - Men's Peak Panther - Desert

Amundsen Sports

Regular price £349.99 GBP
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The pant version of the world’s first technical knickerbocker, done in the same fabrics and features, which Amundsen have been perfecting over several years. The combination of stretch, waterproof and breathing capabilities ensures a combo of full protection combined with the comfort you need.

 

From the FW22/23 season

Features

  • c_change is a wind and waterproof membrane which opens up for unequalled ventilation when you are warm, and closes in to retain heat when you are cold.
  • > 10.000mm watercolumn / < 2 RET value
  • Water tight zippers
  • All seams are carefully sealed
  • Ventilation on sides with mesh lining
  • Amundsen Peak patch on left thigh
  • Integration system at kneecuffs for gaiters
  • 5 zipped pockets
  • Articulated knees always where you want them to be

Size Guide

These size guides are provided by Amundsen Sports 

Our staffs insights

For the men's waist:

  • M = feels more like a 30 inch waist 
  • L = feels more like a 32 inch waist 
  • XL = feels more like a 34 inch waist

Cord shorts and pants slack overtime compared to deck or field shorts and pants that remain the same.

Men’s Clothing

S

M

L

XL

XXL

Chest (cm)

91-96

97-104

106-111

114-118

118-121

Sleeve (cm)

63

64.5

66

67.5

69

Seat (cm)

88-93

96-101

104-109

111-116

118-120

Waist (cm)

81-86

87-92

93-98

99-104

105-110

 

How to Measure
Chest - Measure around your chest right under your armpit
Waist - Measure around your natural waistline
Seat - Measure around the fullest point of your seat while standing up
Sleeve - Measure from shoulder to wrist, whilst holding your arm slightly bent and relaxed. 

Fabric

  • Stretch 3-layer fabric from Schoeller Switzerland
  • 73% polyamide
  • 21% polyurethane
  • 6% elastane

Washing & Care

IN THE WARDROBE / AFTER USE

When you’re preparing winter clothes for storage, the most important thing to ensure is that they’re clean and dry. Wet or damp clothes will produce mold over the course of time and will make your gear stink, as well as affect the physical makeup and appearance of the item, too.

WASHING YOUR ITEMS

  • Machine wash at 40˚C (Ballroom series on 30˚C)
  • Close all zippers and velcro’s before putting the garment in the washing machine.
  • Do not bleach
  • Do not tumble dry
  • Dry cleaning
  • Very gently wet cleaning

WHEN DO I NEED TO DO THE REPROOFING?

To test if the DWR is still preforming you should sprinkling or spraying water on the shoulders, waist, and back. If the water beads up and rolls away, your jacket’s good for another round. If any water absorbs into the jacket or the color of the fabric changes, the DWR needs reproofing. The impregnation is reactivated at low heat and ready for new adventures. The chains of molecules of the fluorocarbon finish return to their original condition through the heat treatment generated by the ironing process. Water droplets or dirt particles then have a significantly smaller contact area on the fabric and this greatly reduces their adhesive strength. Water and dirt are once more repelled.

THE RESULTS OF REPROOFING

Over time, the water repellency will be worn away. This will take place especially in vulnerable places like the shoulders, elbows, seat, and knees. To optimize the product ́s abilities, it should be treated after each wash, or when the water repellency is not performing optimally. For water repellency treatments, we recommend the use of environmentally friendly water repellents. Spray treatment ensures that only the outer side of the garment will be water repellent, which optimizes the moisture transportation of the product.

 

REPROOFING STEP BY STEP

STEP 1

  • Wash your garment according to the care label
  • Close all zippers and velcro’s before putting the garment in the washing machine.
  • As a rule, it is essential not to use fabric softener since it will destroy the fabric over time.

STEP 2

  • Dry the jacket according to the care label, and then test the DWR by sprinkling or spraying water on the shoulders, waist, and back.

STEP 3

  • Iron on low heat (1 Point is recommended, without steam). It’s important to use a thin kitchen towel between the iron and the fabric during the ironing.
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