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Has anyone bought any UNTRAKT clothing?

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@scarlet here is the bargain jacket! https://www.sweetprotection.com/en-gb/voodoo-gore-tex-pro-jacket-womens/820004.html?dwvar_820004_color=PMPRP&cgid=62930
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@gaschick, Nice! I have the Salvation pants and they're great.
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I don’t have any adult outerwear from HH (their merino underwear is great) but do have some for the kids (mostly from the K Shelter range) and I’m not too impressed with the durability.

They mostly last one season for my kids before the start to full apart around the cuffs. Scandinavian kindergarten/school over winter is the ultimate durability test!

I did buy my 9year old a new HH down jacket last year which she ripped 2 holes in after 4 weeks and the printed logos started to peel off after 6 weeks as well.

Before that jacket, she had one from Bergen’s of Norway which apart from one small hole (fixed with the included repair patch) it is in good condition. Most of our kids outerwear are in good enough condition to pass down or to sell on but not the HH stuff. All of it have gone in the bin/recycled after.
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Bought Sweet Protection (Norwegian) jacket and pants in the sales. Feels top notch. My Sweet Protection helmet certainly is.

Other option for me was Stellar Equipment (Åre, Sweden), but I seemed to be between sizes.
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@gaschick, I have 2 Helly Hansen Jackets with the lower performance 'Helly Tech Protection' membrane. I've been wearing one for nearly 10 years skiing and it's been perfect. Always been warm and dry when layered appropriately and it's showing no major signs of wear. The other I use and abuse here for hiking and dog walking in all weathers and again it's great. I bought a Norrona Lofoten Active last year and the glued hem fell apart with one weeks light use (though Norrona did of course repair it free of charge).

Have since bought a new pair of Helly Sogn bibs which feel and look excellent quality, but have yet to wear them for skiing. I'm a big Helly fan - my friend had some of the Ullr stuff last year and was raving about it.
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