Coca-Cola & Columbia Collide On A Streetwear Capsule With Outdoor DNA

Feb 27, 2020

Category: Style

Back in October of 2019, Japanese streetwear brand Atmos Lab collaborated with Coca-Cola on a range of style and accessory staples. Now, they’re meeting back up for a new collection of gear imbued with outdoor DNA courtesy of a third collaborator: Columbia.

Limited to just a few pieces — a jacket, shorts, t-shirts, and a hip bag — the collection is nonetheless a stylish one, marked by Coca-cola’s signature colors and graphics. Of course, these pieces aren’t simply good-looking, as they’re made with tried-and-true outdoor-ready materials — like quick-drying ripstop nylon with an Omni-Shield water-repellent coating for the jacket, shorts, and bags, as well as sweat-wicking and UV-blocking tech in the t-shirts. Pricing has yet to be unveiled, but this refreshing streetwear release will be available online and at Atmos Lab stores starting February 29th.

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