Skimo Co
SkyRun

If you're looking for a lightweight, warm, and breathable mid-layer to go under your outer shell to add warmth on cold days, look no further than the Flame Pull from Crazy Idea. Made from the same High-Performance 3D fabric as the beloved Resolution Pull, but more streamlined for serious mountain use, the Flame Pull is ideal for skiers looking for a light and packable insulating layer to add to their backcountry clothing system. With minimal features, this piece packs up small when you shed it to dump heat while the dense outer weave of the face fabric resists pilling, allowing it to stand up to repeated use under a shell. We know and love Crazy's honeycomb fleece for being extremely comfortable, breathable, and moisture-wicking, equally at home on the skin track or out on the town. With the Flame Pull, Crazy made an extremely functional and lightweight mid-layer for all your ski mountaineering needs.

  • Honeycomb fleece is comfortable next to the skin and breathes quite well.
  • Minimalistic design keeps the Flame Pull streamlined for great packability and weight savings.
  • Internal beacon pocket allows for secure and easy beacon storage should you choose to forgo the harness.
  • Close-fitting, high collar cuts wind and keeps you warm and cozy on the skin track.
  • Graphene-coated fibers fight off odor-causing microbes, help with temperature regulation, and lends itself to durability.
Specifications
Weight
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270g
Hood No
Pockets Zip chest pocket, internal beacon pocket
Waist Elastic
Cuffs Elastic
Specs Verified
Design
Fit Athletic
Materials   94% Polyester, 6% Elastane, Graphene coated fibers
Insulation N/A
Seams Flat
Lining High Performance 3D
Coating N/A
Skimo Co Says
Usage High performance second layer for ski mountaineering
Notes Internal transceiver pocket
Bottom Line Minimalist and very breathable half zip jacket

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Model: PULL FLAME MPN: W24025102U-00

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