ColdSmoke Shadow eVent Anorak

Nov 2, 2017

Category: Style

There are a handful of outerwear brands out there that deserve more attention than they’re getting. Chief among them? ColdSmoke. Take a look at their Shadow eVent Anorak and you’ll see what we mean.

Constructed from a combination of an eVent 3L Shadow ripstop nylon shell and Polartec silk weight fabric lining, the minimalist jacket protects from the elements without stifling the wearer. This is thanks in large part to the moisture wicking nature of the Polartec liner and the millions of tiny pores in the eVent shell. But this jacket has more to offer than just high-end technical fabrics. The Anorak boasts a modern cut and attractive details like an origami three-snap adjustable wrist closure, side-entry to the main pockets, and a prominent waterproof zipper. The winter ready shell is available now in both Deep Olive and and Shadow Navy.

Purchase: $319

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