Nanga’s first 3-layer shell is born. Special work using the number 18 waterproof material.

FASHION
1 year ago
by GO OUT

Speaking of NANGA, which is the best down maker in Japan, sleeping bags and down jackets are works of art, but these days, even in spring and summer apparel, they continues to make good progress and new innovations.

And now, they are releasing the first 3-layer waterproof breathable shell jacket in brand history. It is a gem that is sure to be a must own when the rainy season is just around the corner.

A three-layer jacket that uses the 18th aurolatex.

AURORA 3LAYER FIELD SHELL PARKA ¥42900

The brand’s first 3-layer jacket, which was made using a 3-layer structure of the internally developed waterproof and breathable technology, “Aurolatex”, which is familiar to owners of Nanga sleeping bags. With its simple design, it looks great in the field as well as for everyday use.

Aurolatex is a nylon material with a porous polyurethane waterproof coating. Normally, increasing the waterproofness impairs the moisture permeability, but since the fine pores create a passage for the air, it is a ground breaking material that realizes its full potential.

Not only the front zipper but also all pockets have waterproof zipper specifications. A drawcord is set on the hood to prevent rainwater from entering.

The high mobility creating by cutting that does not hinder the movement of the body is also a point. Not only is it great for outdoor scenes such as trekking, fishing and camping, but also for daily active scenes such as bicycle commuting and walking.

In addition, a variety of colors are available. In addition to vivid red, there are 5 colors including khaki, navy, beige and black.

Nanga’s newest shell with good design and good specifications will be released from June 5 (Friday) at NANGA directly managed stores, NANGA official online store, and other major retailers. If you are worried about missing out we recommend getting yours as soon as possible.


■NANGA tel:0749-55-1016 https://nanga.jp

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