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Aztech Mountain Expands Its Collection

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  • Be Good, Go Fast Sweater, Snow Leopard Sweater
  • Summit Zip Up Fleece
  • Hunter Creek Sweatpant, Ute Trail Sweatpant, Shadow Mountain Cashmere Sweatpant
  • Crater Lake Sweatshirt, Crater Lake Tee

This season, luxury ski brand Aztech Mountain expanded their collection of ski gear to also include a heavy offering of après-ski clothing. The unique combination of precision fit, intelligent fabrics and modern design that the brand has become known for translates into casual wear that is functional, comfortable and supremely stylish. Waterproof knits, artist collaborations, and unexpected functionality are just a few of the unique details that go into an Aztech Mountain garment.

Aztech Mountain crafts their sweaters from water-repellent merino wool. The limited edition, color-blocked Be Good, Go Fast Sweater ($450) showcases a commemorative Team Aztech patch in honor of this year's Winter Olympics. For the more fashion forward, the Snow Leopard Sweater ($450) makes a distinct statement on the mountain and anywhere else. Chief Innovation Officer Bode Miller is expected to sport one of these as he commentates the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang next month.

Aztech Mountain's signature triangle quilting elevates the Summit Zip Up Fleece ($450) for off mountain style beyond the traditional fleece. Offered in navy or grey, the Summit also layers easily for winter sports.

A variety of track pants demonstrates Team Aztech's meticulous attention to detail and commitment to relaxed fashion. The Hunter Creek Sweatpant ($550) is made from Italian jersey with a tuxedo stripe down the leg. Perfect for running in colder temps, the Ute Trail Sweatpant ($325) features tapered legs in microfleece. Finally, the Shadow Mountain Cashmere Sweatpant ($425) is luxurious and ready for adventure.

Last but not least, luxury meets coziness in the Crater Lake Sweatshirt ($195) and Crater Lake Tee ($95). Both items are adorned with artist John Miserendino's watercolor of the famous peaks of Maroon Bells. 

You can take a look at the entire Off-Mountain collection here



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