It seems like Klättermusen and ISO.POETISM™ are not the only ones getting inspired by a hike to the mountains in midwinter. Inaugurating the season of GORE-TEX, Gramicci and nonnative join teams one more time to deliver a climbing-inspired capsule.
Since last year’s MIDWINTER PACK collection, the labels have been releasing one collaborative product after another in Japan. Fast forward to this day, they’re dropping all what’s left unreleased from nonnative’s 39th collection.
The capsule presents a variety of outerwear and accessories, pushing the boundaries of functionality and comfort, particularly when it comes to weatherproof and highly technical garments.
In fact, the 39th collection includes a reworked version of Gramicci’s climber pants using GORE-TEX INFINIUM technology, enhanced with a 15-denier nylon-polyester ripstop and an adjustable belt system for extra comfort. These Gramicci trousers are actually the label’s first GORE-TEX pants and they top off the capsule in three colorways (grey, pale green, or navy).
But they are not the sole character of the play. The collection also features a GORE-TEX INFINIUM lightweight stroller pullover 一available in three shades too一 and a trooper jacket with inner lining in olive and navy tones, drowned in utilitarian pockets.
The American and Japanese labels have been delivering worth-looking, technical garments and they continue to thrive. Check out the full capsule on nonnative’s website.
In similar news, explore ARKET’s Nordic Outdoors AW21 fit for urban and wild exploration.