Born in the skiing/climbing/mountaineering mecca of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Cloudveil makes performance-oriented outdoor apparel for hardcore adventurists. Launched by Stephen Sullivan and Brian Cousins in 1997 as a line of eight products, Cloudveil (now based in Massachusetts) has grown into full-fledged company that offers a wide-ranging collection of down jackets, pants, waders, gloves, and other no-nonsense outdoor gear. Since its founding Cloudveil has been a leader in embracing new technologies: the company was an early adopter of woven Schoeller stretch fabric and incorporates Polartec, wind/water-repellent Cyclone, and other cutting-edge materials into its designs. Cloudveil Koven, Down Patrol and RPK jackets are coveted by ice fishermen and mountain climbers alike.
The temperature may be rising a bit, but it’s not summer yet. And you still need something to stave off the chill in the spring air. We’ve got you covered with this massive collection of outerwear—from casual windbreakers, to trim leathers, to classic trenches. Whatever your style, grab that perfect transitional jacket here and wear it clear through the season.
Three outdoor-apparel giants team up for an unbeatable winter sale, and if snowy locales are in your future, you won’t want to miss it. We’ve got hi-tech parkas, shirts, and shells by Columbia, a selection of lightweight jackets and fleeces by 66North, waterproof pants by Cloudveil, and much more. See you on the slopes?
It’s not easy to get work done when you’re in the skiing/climbing/mountaineering mecca of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, but Stephen Sullivan and Brian Cousins somehow found the time to abandon the slopes and launch an outdoor apparel company. (Having testing facilities in their backyard helped.) What started in 1997 as a line of eight products has grown into a wide-ranging assortment of jackets, pants, gloves and other no-nonsense outdoor gear, including fly-fishing apparel and several pieces that use new hybrid fabric technologies.
From 3.1 Philip Lim's avant-garde orange utility pants to the blazers and shirts of Y's Yohji Yamamoto, this massive final sale runs the gamut from cutting edge to classic, from formal to casual and from cashmere to cotton to wool.