Titan Pants

Engineered for brutally cold conditions on Earth, or up in space.

$995.00

Model is 6ft 2 / 188cm with a 32 inch / 81cm waist, and wears size Medium.

  • Lined with space parachute material
  • Outer material is waterproof and windproof
  • Recycled synthetic insulation recreates the warmth of real down

Titan is Saturn’s largest moon. And one day it could be our next home. It comes with an atmosphere 4x thicker than Earth’s, and it’s only the second body in our Solar System known to have liquid on its surface – we live on the other one. So just like the Moon and Mars it has potential.

However, Titan is cryogenically cold. With average surface temperatures of -179°C, it’s twice as cold as anything recorded on Earth. It also has methane monsoons and cryovolcanoes spewing out jets of freezing hydrocarbon rain. So don’t book your flight just yet. As we continue to build clothing for planet Earth and beyond, embracing the challenges of Titan forces us to push the technological boundaries of extreme cold weather clothing.

It's why the Titan Pants come with an outer material designed to survive warzones and emergency pull cords for blizzards. The inside of the pants is made from the same extreme-strength parachute material used to land a probe on Titan and The Perseverance Rover on Mars. And they’re part of our Titan system, which we’ve tested down to -100°C in a liquid nitrogen chamber.

Technical Details

3 layer outer material made in Italy: 100% polyamide
Outer material is water resistant to over 10,000mm
Outer material is breathable with a RET score of 9
Outer material weighs 170g/m2
Lining made in the UK: 100% polyamide
Lining weighs 67g/m2
Lab tested down to -100°C
Fill weight 390g
Fill power 430+
Fill made in China: 100% recycled PET bottles
Two side pockets with oversized zipper pulls
One rear zipped pocket with storm flap
Zipped fly with metal snap button closure
Heavy-duty waistband adjusters with 3 tightness settings
Crotch vent lined with stretch mesh
Stretch cuffs
Pants weigh 1,000 grams
Machine wash 30°C
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The inside of the pants is made from the same space parachute material used to land The Perseverance Rover on Mars and the Cassini-Huygens probe on Titan.

Thanks to its military origins the outer layer of the pants is printed with low-infrared refraction pigments, making it hard to detect through night-vision goggles and rifle scopes. Just in case you end up being hunted down on Titan.

With average surface temperatures of -179°C, Titan is twice as cold as anything recorded on Earth. Living there one day will not only redefine not just what cold means, but how cold weather clothing is built.

Size + Fit

The Titan Pants are designed with a regular fit.

Size XS S M L XL XXL
Fits waist 71 - 76 76 - 81 81 - 86 86 - 91 91 - 96 96 - 101
Inside leg 101 102.5 104 105.5 107 108.5
Size XS S M L XL XXL
Fits waist 28 - 30 30 - 32 32 - 34 34 - 36 36 - 38 38 - 40
Inside leg 39.7 40.3 40.9 41.5 42.1 42.7