The Superhero helped me act like one on Pumori. While guiding on the south ridge in November of 2008 I was involved in the rescue of a very seriously injured climber - broken ribs, arm, scapula, punctured lung and severe head trauma. Rescues at high altitude are not times to care about the wear and tear on clothes, but I was really happy at the preformance that the Superhero gave, it took serious abuse and took it well. I managed to lower the injured climber 900m by myself and then piggy back and porter them to the nearest village, Gorak Shep, in 10 hours, alowing for a helicopter rescue the next morning that saved their life. The jacket stood up to crampons, axes, rock, scree and alot of rope wearing against it. The importance of clothes are sometimes underestimated, the Superhero was dynamic enough to allow me total freedom of movement while lowering the injured climber, very breathable - important because I didn't stop for water the whole day and if I had been over heating ten hours of effort would have been impossible - and durable enough to withstand the abuse. I am glad that was my outer layer that day!