As one of Canada’s most premium men’s apparel brands, HAVEN has a long history of noteworthy collaborations with a slew of high-profile designers and streetwear outfits, though the Canadian clothing company’s latest joint effort is arguably HAVEN’s most fitting and natural collab to date, partnering with Daiki Suzuki’s New York-based fashion firm, Engineered Garments to release a winter-ready outdoor gear capsule collection.
Christened the “CASCADIA” collection, the new three-item lineup takes its name from the chilly bioregion in the Pacific Northwest of the United States and Canada and derives aesthetic inspiration from US and Canadian military garb while still adhering to EG’s signature asymmetrical designs. The first is the CASCADIA Jacket, a new hybrid of the existing US Military BDU and Canadian Military MK2 jackets while the CASCADIA Pants are similarly derived from combining the US M-65 and Canadian Military MK2 pants. Lastly is the Pacific Parka, which uses a mixed knit construction supplemented via suede and cowhide leather elbow patches. Available now, the HAVEN x Engineered Garments ‘CASCADIA’ Collection starts at $548 for the pants, jumps to $685 for the jacket, and goes up to $704 for the parka.
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