Do not underestimate the functional DWR, i.e., the surface water-repellent finish of the upper fabric. The right function will ensure comfort and well-being during your outdoor activities. You can find out what it is, how it works and how to restore it in this article.Read more
You've probably heard the following: For your jacket to last as long as possible, you need to wash it as little as possible. Thus, this statement, which is still generally rooted in the subconscious of people, certainly does not work like this and it is the main cause of losing the product functionality too early and of your disappointment.
Buying a quality waterproof jacket or pants means a considerable investment. Materials to produce quality jackets are very expensive and the production process is very demanding and time consuming. So, everyone wants such clothes to remain fully functional for as long as possible. To do this, pay attention to regular and proper maintenance.
A 2-layer, 3-layer or 2.5-layer jacket? Which waterproof jacket is best for me? You will find out in the following article, where we will look at the individual types in more detail.
Harmony among friends, the same interests and a UIAGM exam taken together. They had the best possible idea – to unite their mutual journey of a mountain guide. And to name it Mountainia.
Universal climber and mountanier representative Pavel „Johny“ Jonák just came from Oman. Mostly undiscovered part of an Arabian penisula offers for example wall almost high as american El Capitan. In addition, climbing trip here is much less expensive then trip to Yosemite mountains.
David Chudoba (41) is a leader of a new brand HIGH POINT shop in Pilsen, we have talked about a concentration during a climbing season either about an outdoor equipment.
On what principle works the clothing made by High Point?
The sportsman from LIBEREC Standa Mayer as a paragliding pilot concentrates on a kind of extreme competition as hike and fly surely is. The only means of transport are just a paraglider and the contestants feet.
Pavel Jonák alias Johny specializes on routes that are extremely difficult and last usually a several days. He comes from Nové Město na Moravě where he began to get involved in climbing his first routes while still being in his teens. Couple of years later he achieved grade 8A in climbing and shortly after that he suffered a fatal accident. But even fractured spine would not keep him from his way.