Ortovox was founded in 1980 in the south of Munich, Germany. Pioneers in the avalanche safety field, the company has developed many of the technologies that make mountain-travel safer. Since 1988, Ortovox apparel has kept mountain-folk cozy and looking good. From the first layer to the last, Ortovox blends natural and innovative fibers to make highly comfortable and protective mountain wear.
Through continual refinement, minor tweaks, and small advancements, breakthroughs can happen. For Ortovox, this happened in the case of the Pro Lite Shovel. By starting with the highest quality materials, Ortovox has made no compromises in functional capa..
The Col Becchei is an accessible peak in the Italian Alps that tops out just over 9,000ft, offering budding Italian skiers their first exposure to no-fall zones and technical spring skiing. Appropriately named after this peak, Ortovox’s ski-touring jacket..
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Piz Duleda is a popular 9,500ft peak that Italians scamper up using various ascent/descent methods: via ferrata, skinning, climbing, running, you name it. If your morning routine involves skiing a mountain like the Piz Duleda, you will need nerves of stee..
Ortovox are the leaders in natural ski apparel and offer some of the most comfy touring clothing around. With 100% Tasmanian Merino wool on the next-to-skin layer, the Tofana pant has exemplary thermoregulating powers so you always stay comfortable, regar..
The ski-touring pant that indicates you mean business. Sexy enough for formal occasions, the Ortovox Cevedale is also a workhorse touring pant. The pants are made with lots of Cordura, an incredibly durable fabric made popular in military applications in ..
The Col Becchei pant ticks every check box for what makes a fast and light ski mountaineering pant. It’s comfortable; the Merino wool next to skin is soft, plush, and wicks moisture away from the body quickly. Elastic stretch throughout allows unimpeded m..
Aimed specifically at high-performance, high-output sports, the Ortovox Comp Light Pants are not your grandpa’s wool shorts. 16.5 micron fiber yarns assembled through seamless circular knitting process has allowed Ortovox to place different material stren..
If you like comfortable ski-touring pants from companies focused on sustainability, Ortovox’s Tofana may be the champion. The cut is athletic and it offers just enough room for layering to the conditions while still staying streamlined to avoid crampons a..
If you’d like a base layer to turn the warmth up a notch during the depths of winter, but you don’t want to deal with the stink of synthetics, the Women’s Comp Light pant from Ortovox is the place to look. Ultra comfortable against the skin with a seamles..