About Extreme Gear
On this page I've gathered some useful information about the Extreme Coverall and about the Opalo fabric that is used in every Extreme line of gear. I've prepared you some photos and a video. Click on the photos for more information.
From the left: Lime, Red, Fluo-Yellow, Black, Yellow, Blue, Green, Orange and White
Here I'm wearing the Yellow Extreme Coverall.
In the back of the suit there is an elastic rubber waistband.
The suits are made of shiny Opalo fabric. It is extremely durable and easy keep clean - just rinse with water.
The Extreme Coverall is also available with reflectors.
The Extreme Coverall can be ordered with boots attached too. Here I'm wearing the Lime Coloured Extreme Coverall.
In the front of the suit there is a hidden zipper under a storm flap. No water will enter even in the worst rain.
You can choose whether to get snap buttons or Velcro to close the storm flap in the front
All suits come with either elastic nylon inner cuffs in the hands (in this photo) or with straight Opalo cuff (next photo).
All suits come with either elastic single Opalo cuffs in the hands (in this photo) or with an elastic nylon cuffs (previous photo)
In the legs of the suits there are cuffs that attach firmly to your boots.
The hood can be fastened with a string.
The Extreme Drainage Coverall differs from the regular coverall in a way that there is no zippers in the front. You close it from the back between shoulders. Ask for a friend to help .
The inside of the Opalo fabric is like this - slipper nylon. It is not cotton.
All suits can be used in the winter time.