Beringia’s signature outerwear has a new fabric technology.
Not only is it lighter, more durable, and has better breathability than previous materials—it was also developed through the revolutionary use of electrospinning technology.
The Tasma Fabric Technology
After three years of collaborative development, Täsmä was created in Osaka, Japan, at the Toray Technical Development Center, which houses the top advanced material engineers in the world.
Täsmä has attained the highest standards of any technical outerwear fabric and will dramatically enhance your mountain experience by keeping you warmer and dryer while lowering the weight of the garment.
Increased stretch and revised patterning for FoM (Freedom of Movement) allow for maximum movement.
The Tasma Shell Collection
The Apex Award-winning Tsurugi Jacket, a favorite of ski guides from Grand Hirafu to Alyeska to Montana, is a backcountry classic.
The redesigned version (Tsurugi Jacket 2.0) has the Täsmä precision-response fabric, which adapts to weather conditions in a variety of ways to ensure the ideal combination of protection, breathability, and comfort.
The flagship of Beringia’s complete outerwear system for active winter activities is the St. Elias Jacket and Bibs.
Meanwhile, the Free Tour Pant combines a great balanced fit with a lightweight, elastic, waterproof, and highly breathable fabric that is spacious enough but not baggy.
It is made with the best materials and workmanship to ensure many years of backcountry exploration.
Images courtesy of Beringia
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