As symbolized by its Kevlar aramid shoulder reinforcements, this jacket, designed for year-round technical mountaineering, makes a very tough shell – it’s the ultimate protection you need, dependable and solid.
Delivering proven strength and outstanding durability, it will be a long-term companion on your most extreme adventures. Design extra: stretch articulations let the K Pro shadow every single movement your body makes.
Stretch articulation and shoulder reinforcements
- Sporty cut. Flex Comfort™ build
- Adjustable, helmet-compatible mountaineering hood with protective visor and panoramic vision
- Large zip vents
- 4 zipped outside pockets. Zipped inside double pocket
- Double-slider zip closure; adjustable hem, collar and cuffs
- GORE-TEX® Khumba 3L : Made of highly breathable and abrasion resistant fabrics for a variety of weather conditions. GORE-TEX® products serve pure practitioners as well as keen adventurers with the best products.
- Panels: GORE-TEX® Stretch Vario 3L : 4-way stretch fabric allows best comfort and mobility. Our stretch garments will move with you, at your own pace, in any activity and constraints.
- Reinforcement : SCHOELLER® Keprotec®-Aramide- Kevlar® : Schoeller Keprotec is made of high quality material. This fabric utilizes Kevlar, an aramid fiber stronger than steel at equal weight: Schoeller garments offer outstanding abrasion and cutting resistance.
- All seams heat sealed, 13 mm Tapes, Water-repellent zips : 3mm wide heat-sealed seams (instead of 20mm) reduce glue and band consumption in addition to gaining in breathability. This process requires expert knowledge and guarantee fully waterproof Gore-Tex® shell protection.
- Zipped vents are openings that allow to shed heat and vapor, using a waterproof zipper that can be adjusted to let the extra heat only, or as needed. Often located under the arms or at the sides, it does not affect waterproof protection.
- Big pocket : Oversized zipped pocket allowing to store ski touring skins, water bottle, etc...
Millet gives apparel and equipment to mountaineers since 1950.
The name Millet became famous in the 1930s when the first shopping bags with shoulder straps appeared. Adapted a few years later into a backpack, the idea quickly catapulted the French brand to the top. The development of technical products for use in the mountain environment gave the brand a strong image, strengthened by the input and backing of the generation’s best mountaineers.
Alpinism, climbing, hiking, trekking, ski, fast triking are covered by the Millet range composed by jackets, pants, fleeces, softshells, technical underwear, beanies, gloves, backpacks, ropes, sleeping bags, climbing shoes and shoes.
Millet is now clearly a reference in the field of Mountain clothing, both for historical reasons and the quality of current products.