Krimson Klover, Founded in Boulder, CO by Rhonda Swenson, is a well-known label in the active outdoor space as a maker of luxurious yet fuss-free women’s apparel.

This year, Krimson Klover was honored to be part of a select group of brands who took part in Warren Miller’s latest film Timeless presented by Volkswagon. The film’s female staff was outfitted for the tour with Krimson Klover’s limited-edition, commemorative Alpine baselayer, shown above and below.

The film celebrates 70 years of ski cinematography and travel with top athletes across the globe shot in renown mountain locations. Click here to view the trailer or on the still shot below.

Krimson Klover’s Alpine base layer is constructed from mid-weight poly/spandex performance fabric with brushed back and four-way stretch for ease of movement. The flat-seam construction means the garment is chafe-free and the inherent moisture-wicking properties keep the wearer warm, dry and comfortable.

The limited-edition base layer is a retro take on Alpine skiing thoughtfully designed to celebrate the diversity of women through the shapes, sizes and colors of the women skiers represented on the front and back of the zip-front shirt.

“We are holding tight to the legacy of the alpine skier’s timeless style. As an avid skier and former ski instructor, I know many of the locations in the film really well. I grew up watching Warren Miller films, and this collaboration is a really special opportunity for me.”—Rhonda Swenson, Owner and Founder, Krimson Klover

Warren Miller passed away last year at the admirable age of 93. Timeless presented by Volkswagon celebrates Warren’s talents and seven decades of ski cinematography.

The movie premiere is on October 23. Tickets go on sale September 24. Screenings are scheduled in more than 100 cities across the U.S. during the film’s national tour.

Krimson Klover’s Alpine baselayer will go on sale timed with the tour’s kickoff.

Sponsors of the film’s tour include Krimson Klover, Chaos Hats, Dakota Grizzly, Helly Hansen, Elan, K2, Spyder, Marker Völkl, Head, Ski Magazine, Austria and Switzerland Tourism and Mount Gay Rum.

Photos courtesy Krimson Klover. Video clip courtesy Warren Miller