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Tachyon Anorak

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The Tachyon Anorak is a must for any serious "Light & Fast®" trail user. By remaining faithful to a "function ONLY" mantra in the design phase with this wind shirt we re-shape the concept. The feather-like nylon fabric traps hard earned body heat next to your skin and shields you from all but the strongest of winds. Additionally, the sprayed on DWR handles light precipitation just long enough for you to reach shelter before it really lets loose. For those that like to gauge everything they take into the wilderness from the sometimes harsh view of warmth to weight ratio this may be the smartest 2 ounces you can carry. A 10 inch zipper has been used for easier "on & off" and better venting.




Updated 07/05/22 20:10 (EST)

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  • 10in. (26cm) front zipper
  • Draw cord hem and hood adjustment
  • Elastic cuffs to seal out drafts
  • Reflective logo on body and back
  • Packs easily into integrated stow pocket
  • Fabric weight: 21g/m²


Weight1.9 oz (55 g)
Material7-denier Ballistic Airlight rip-stop nylon
Compressed size4.5 x 3.3 x 1.6 in (11 x 8.5 x 4 cm)
Country of originVIETNAM
Center back length27.7 in (70.5 cm)

7-denier Ballistic Airlight Nylon


We utilize some of the smallest fibers and thinnest fabrics available to achieve a highly compressible ultra-light garment. This silky 7-denier shell has the feel of cotton, but is durable enough to withstand the rigors of normal use for an insulated inner piece. Weighing in at a spartan 21 grams per square meter this highly wind resistant fabric is one of the lightest used in the outdoor industry!

Items reviewed by Cam “Swami” Honan on SW Tasmania Traverse

Tasmania. Australia's southernmost state. The 26th largest island in the world.
Affectionately known by one and all as “ Tassie .”

Almost half of Tasmania’s total area is comprised of national parks, wilderness reserves and World Heritage Sites. It’s commonly regarded as Australia’s Hiking Mecca , though environmentally speaking, it’s actually more like the south island of New Zealand than it is mainland Australia (i.e. cool temperate climate, lots of rain, rugged mountains, very green). .... Read more >>>