The Klymit Kinetic Double Diamond Vest is a perfect layer for base camp

If you are still searching for the perfect base camp layer for all your mountaineering adventures, look no farther than the award-winning Klymit Kinetic Double Diamond vest.

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Lobo Gear, one of our Mexican e-tailers and a friend of the brand, recently took the Double Diamond to Chimborazo and sent back a rave review.

From Lobo Gear: “Using my vest on Chimborazo en Ecuador! It rocks at base camp!!”

We love hearing stories and seeing photos of  trips where friends or retailers, or in this case both, get the chance to use Klymit products in fascinating places like Chimborazo. With a peak elevation of 6,268 metres (20,564 ft), Chimborazo is the highest mountain in Ecuador. It is the highest peak in close proximity to the equator. While Chimborazo is not the highest mountain by elevation above sea level, its location along the equatorial bulge makes its summit the farthest point on the Earth’s surface from the Earth’s center.

About the Klymit Kinetic Double Diamond vest:

The versatile Double Diamond is our flagship vest featuring Nobletek insulation in a multisport and multifunction design for warmth and comfort. The Klymit Kinetic Double Diamond vest has been designed with the utmost attention to detail. It is constructed using high-tech welding processes to create the Nobletek gas chambers which are optimize warmth and comfort. With a 4-way stretch fabric with both a durable and soft hand it idea for any use. The only garment around that let’s you control the amount of insulation you have at the turn of a dial.

Every vest comes with the Dry Air Pump for endless inflating and deflating for ultimate adjustability for any temperature and condition. Purchase the Argon Starter Kit for increased warmth and performance.


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Weight: 13.2 oz
Sizes: XS-3XL
Fabric: 4-way stretch polyester & bamboo charcoal ultra wicking liner
Includes: Dry Air Pump

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