Wild Things x Nonnative’s new collaboration makes the classic Denali jacket tougher thanks to functional materials!

FASHION
9 months ago
by GO OUT

WILD THINGS has its roots in the outdoors and is highly regarded by the American Special Forces. The latest collaboration outerwear with the Tokyo based brand Nonnative, which is popular every year, will see its latest release that combines a total of 6 colors with 2 types of fabric. With an even greater variety than previous collections this is one you will definitely not want to miss out on!

High-performance materials mixed with Nonnative style colors.

EXPLORER PUFF JUMPER “DENALI” NYLON RIPSTOP WITH GORE-TEX® 3L ¥138000

For this project, Nonnative has reconstructed Wild Things’ classic Denali jacket, which has been a staple since 2017. This year, two tones using lightweight ripstop nylon and a heathered nylon Oxford model are planned for release. Both have excellent waterproof and breathable properties by adopting GORE-TEX® 3 layers.

The batting used is CLIMASHIELD®, which is also used by the US Army. DICROS® DNA LIGHT is incorporated in the lining to achieve high heat insulation durability combined with lightweight comfort. The embroidery used for the chest logo matches the base color which helps to create a unified, urban image.

The embroidery of the GORE-TEX® logo has been changed from the left sleeve to the left side of the body for a casual look.

This high-spec outerwear is already based on a big hit item, so with a specially made exclusive collaboration we expect it to become even more popular. It will be available at COVERCHORD from January 1st and at Vendor Nakameguro and Vendor Nagoya from the 3rd. It’s perfect not only for the outdoors but also for urban living so we highly recommend checking it out.


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