Nanamica Fleece jacket Natural

Nanamica: 2nd drop

Posted by Chris Low on

Our second drop of Nanamica for the season has arrived in-store and online. Included in this drop is the Down Vest available in two colourways, Navy and the striking Orange. Its shape is based on an old US Army M-65 Parka liner and its outer is nylon ripstop that is coated with a DWR or Durable Water Repellant Finish. The lining is high-performance KODENSHI down. KODENSHI down is crafted using ceramic particles bonded with down feathers, which creates a hyper-efficient insulating material that reflects your own body's infrared heat creating a warm zone without needing many layers. Next up is the Fleece Jacket which takes its inspiration from the classic WW2 era B-3 Bomber Jacket. It's crafted from Polartec 300 High Loft Fleece. Which is an ultra-soft, fast-drying, lightweight and highly compressible fabric. 
Lastly in the ALPHADRY fabric which is fast becoming a store favourite, we have the Wide Easy pant. It's a relaxed fit pant, ideal for those looking for a more relaxed fit that the slimmer Club Pant. The Alphadry cloth is wrinkle-free, highly absorbent and quick-drying. 

Nanamica Fleece jacket Natural

Nanamica Fleece Jacket

Nanamica Down Vest Orange

Nanamica Alphadry Wide Easy pant

Nanamica Wide Easy Pant

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