The Mammut Nordwand Flex Hooded Hardshell Jacket for Men has received an endrosement from Dani Arnold – professional, extreme climber and Mammut Pro Team Alpine ambassador: “For the first time I wore this jacket and the matching trousers for ice climbing in the Brunnital. The athletic cut and the new material worked very well. The freedom of movement was excellent".
Winning GOLD at this year’s ISPO, the Nordwand Flex is a technically advanced jacket designed for all mountain conditions. It features the innovative combination of a 3-layer GORE-TEX fabric with a highly bi-elastic GORE-TEX stretch fabric under the arms, in the back, on the hem and cuffs, which makes the jacket windproof and waterproof.
The Mammut Vertical Motion Technology optimises the ergonomics of the jacket, while the Mammut High Reach Technology ensures unlimited freedom of movement when climbing, as the jacket does not ride up. The Mammut High Visibility Backer Technology makes the wearer visible in alpine terrain, when the jacket is worn inside out, and a storm-proof, helmet-compatible, one-hand adjustable hood and internal, zipped chest pocket, round off the spectacular design of this functional, comfortable hardshell jacket.
Water column: 28,000 mm
Gusset on the collar with laser-cut ventilation openings
2 climbing-harness-compatible front pockets with waterproof zips and integrated gear loop
Waterproof YKK VISLON 2-way front zip for smooth operation
Details: Sizes: S – XXL Weight: 430g Colours: Marble-Granite or Night (Navy-Orange)
Dani Arnold grew up in the Urner mountain settlement of Biel ob Bürglen in Schächental . To the broad public, he is mainly known for his speed record in climbing the Eiger North Face in 2011. He climbed the wall solo in 2 hours and 28 minutes and was thus 20 minutes faster than the previous record holder Ueli Steck , who then beat Arnold's time in 2015 by 6 minutes.
On April 22, 2015 he managed the fastest solo ascent of the Matterhorn north face in 1h 46min.