Salopettes

Suitable for use in the worst winter conditions and performs best in cold damp conditions.

Worn with the Big Face Shirt, this combination gives single layer protection against the severest weather. Used by climbers, polar expeditions, canoeists, round the world yachtsmen and fishermen.

Features
  • Pertex® Quantum shell
  • AquaTherm pile lining
  • Windproof to 50mph
Available colours
  • Olive Green
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  • High front and rear bib for maximum warmth.
  • Zipped front map pocket.
  • Two way upper body zips for access and ventilation.
  • Knee length leg zips for access with boots.
  • Front to back convenience zip.
  • Adjustable elasticated shoulder straps with touch-and-close fastening.

Sizes: 36 / 38 / 40 / 42 / 44 / 46 / 48 / 50

Weight: 678gms

Salopettes 36 38 40 42 44 46 48
Chest Measurement 36″
91.5cm
38″
96.5cm
40″
101.5cm
42″
107cm
44″
112cm
46″
117cm
48″
122cm
Inside Leg 31″
78.5cm
31″
78.5cm
31″
78.5cm
31″
78.5cm
31″
78.5cm
31″
78.5cm
31″
78.5cm

All sizes are chest sizes as Salopettes are all a high bib design.

 

All measurements are approximate. Buffalo Systems Limited reserve the right to amend any specifications in the interests of improving our products.

 

4 Reviews

  1. Stuart Salmon says:

    I cannot recommend these highly enough. Being an out-in-all-weathers cyclist and rambler, Buffalo salopettes are the only clothing system I have used which keeps me consistently dry and warm on the inside – avoiding perspiration dampness and its chilling effect. Their light bulk, weight and easy care, cut and compression size make these my first and only choice for outdoor activities, travelling and, more recently, renovating a draughty, unheated home during the icy depths of winter.

  2. John Crewe says:

    Mine are 20 years old and were bought by my wife to climb McKinley. They are amazing in the winter and not too warm to wear when moving at all. Just right for my daily walks with the huskies in the winter. I’ve just bought some black Teclite salopettes as I coach outdoors so I will see how they perform next.

  3. Owain Haeman says:

    I can’t live without them now. So warm around your back, legs and kidneys area. Perfect for damp and cold conditions typical of the UK and other maritime climates. Worn on field work expeditions in Alaska, and now used for walking, canoeing, gardening, and very effectively as clothing before and after ice swimming without a wet-suit. In very severe winds I have found some wind entering through the crotch and side zips but this is minor.

  4. Dan (from USA) says:

    I just received my new salopettes, very nicely made and fit well. They are fairly light weight as compared to some other pertex pile options. They are for cold conditions, 40 degrees F and colder. To hike in and out, if too hot, take the braces down and wrap around the waist tie a knot, push excess fabric around the waist. Vent slots of salopettes are now lower down on the legs. Put on gators can do approach hike with your favorite light shirt on top. At base of ice climb or when colder conditions pull up salopettes in place. The pack belt also helps to hold in place. Max temp to do this trick seems to me is 40 degrees F.

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