Icerock rocks

by Jessica Kirby

A man and a woman wearing matching white Icerock jackets.
Keep warm and dry with Icerock. Photo courtesy Icerock

Sledders can keep warm, dry and protected with a new line of snowmobile garments and accessories called Icerock, created by CDI International. The company has invested its many years of field experience into developing the products, which stand out in their use of high-quality materials that provide the best value in the market place.

“We constantly strive for excitement in design,” said Eddie Majerfeld with CDI International. “Unsurpassed quality of materials and innovative construction techniques have enabled us to develop a high-tech garment that will create a barrier of protection against the elements while ensuring the ultimate blend of comfort and function and a great fit.”

Men’s and women’s jackets, men’s pants and an extensive line of accessories offer up longevity and endurance under any riding condition, thanks to extensive testing by experienced and rugged mountain riders. The garments are made with NORTEX, the most recently innovated fabric in the field.

“This no-sweat, breathable, waterproof and windproof fabric outperforms,” said Majerfeld. “Our no-sweat vapour permeability tests have shown our fabrics are more breathable, while maintaining WPR of up to 16,000 mm.”

The breathable process begins at 40 per cent relative humidity, allowing humidity to aerate much sooner. Hydrostatic water pressure resistance reaches a high level at up to 16,000 mm, assuring waterproof performance of the highest standard. The laminated membrane and shell system performs as a protective wind blocker during adverse or difficult conditions, while maintaining breathability.

The fully taped waterproof garments come in an array of styles and colours, and to complement the garments, Icerock has developed an exciting line of gloves, goggles, T-shirts and softshells. Check out for the complete line of garments and accessories.

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