L1 Outerwear 2010-2011

02 May, 2010

L1 takes the street to the mountains with outerwear designed around a belief that style wins over tech.  Even with a focus on style they offer pieces that vary in tech depending on the riders who need it.  Their premium fit, fabrics and attention to detail create a collection of outerwear for both men and women.

The signature pro collections feature distinctive riders like Jon Kooley, Nima Jalali and Jordan Mendenhall with pieces that compliment their on mountain style.  The ladies version for L1 is L1TA that carries over the L1 style to a ladies look for the mountain.

The Rambler Jacket

Features:  Transitional segment 8K/8K, Insulation: 100gms in body and sleeves/80gms in hood, signature jacket by Jon Kooley, lightly quilted flight satin, button up cuffs, fleece hood, critically taped seams, JK custom patch, L1 trim package.

Colors:  Red Flight Satin (seen here) and Black Flight Satin

L1 Call to Arms Jacket

Features:  Mountain segment 20K/20K, insulation 60gms all over, classic parka inspired jacket, two exposed metal zips at chest with contrast zipper tape, underarm venting, fully taped seams, cut long with a slightly slimmer fit, L1 trim package.

Colors:  Black Herringbone, brown herringbone, arctic herringbone (seen on left), led herringbone, smoke herringbone (seen on right)

L1 Jet Boy Jacket

Features:  Transitional segment 8K/8K, insulation: 100gm body/80gm sleeves, signature jacket by Nima Jalali, classic flight jacket inspiration, shoulder epaulettes, rib knit hem, cuffs and collar.  cut long with a slightly slimmer fit, critically taped seams, NJ custom trims and L1 trim package.

Colors:  Navy Flight Satin, Black Flight Satin (seen here)

L1 Kooley Denim Pant

Features:  Transitional segment 8K/8K, shell pant super slim fit, signature denim pant by Jon Kooley, shoelace belt with custom belt loops, available in 32″ and 34″ inseam lengths, hem zippers, critically taped seams, JK custom trims and L1 trim package.

Colors:  Black denim, indigo denim (seen here)

L1 Thunder Pant

Features:  Transitional segment 8K/8K, shell pant, super flim fit, signature pant by Nima Jalali, classic chino inspiration with super slim fit, hem zippers, critically taped seams, NJ custom trims and L1 trim package.

Colors:  Brown stretch twill, slate stretch twill, whiteout stretch twill (seen here), black stretch twill

L1TA Blackmail (Women’s)

Features:  Mountain segment 20K/20K, insulation 40gms all over, a jacket with subtle elegance including cuff zips, asymmetrical lines and classy peacock lining, fully taped seams, L1TA trim package.

Colors:  Sapphire herringbone, ruby herringbone, mint jade herringbone, black herringbone, smoke herringbone, purple herringbone (seen here)

L1TA Sable Jacket (Women’s)

Features:  Transitional segment, insulation 40gms all over, faux leather with waterproof coating, removable softshell hood, critically taped seams, L1TA trim package.

Colors: Red Faux Leather (seen here), Black faux leather

L1TA Frustrated Jacket (Women’s)

Features:  Transitional segment 8K/8K, 40 gms all over insulation, decorative shoulder scallops, kangaroo pockets, critically taped seams, L1Ta trim package.

Colors:  Red flight satin (seen here), black flight satin, navy flight satin, ruby flight satin

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  1. Leo
    May 03, 2010

    Kooley and thunders look sick. Where in CO will I be able to find these?

  2. Patrick
    May 03, 2010

    Where in Colorado you at? Hoyal Board Co in the springs will have it, BC IN the metro area will, big hit in breck will, Radio in Aspen, etc.

  3. Leo
    May 03, 2010

    i’m in boulder. checked out bc but their selection sucks.

  4. lee
    May 07, 2010

    where in the uk?? nowhere as they aint got a uk distributer again. sucks hairy balls! come on nitro sort it out.

  5. Ron
    September 19, 2010

    Retail on the Rambler, and Call To Arms jacket?