Serac has been making waves in the outerwear industry for some time now, and since the company burst onto the scene in 2016, it’s been one of our go-to outfits for top-of-the-line gear. Now, the company has finally introduced a set of all-new styles for the upcoming season, ensuring that wearers can look great, while also partaking in one of the most substantial collections of the year.
The new Serac DeTour Collection is chock full of standout pieces, each with their own unique traits, materials, and stylings. You’ll find three different iterations of the company’s new Field Jacket; the Field 1, which utilizes a flexible SERAC DEM construction, 3L protective shell, and Thindown Recycled Insulation; the Field 2, which boasts a seafaring silhouette, British Millerain waxed cotton outer, a 100% British-sourced Shetland wool lining; and the Field 3, which brings a highly breathable Ripstop Cordura shell, recycled luxury insulation, and contemporary street-styling to the forefront. There’s also the lightweight and waterproof Bergen Coat, which arrives in both a Luxury and Sports edition, and the hybrid down Osaka Project 1 and 2, which incorporate a detachable 3L weather protective cotton shell to provide wearers with not one, but two essential jackets in a single silhouette. If you’re interested in grabbing one of your own, head to Serac’s website, where the collection starts at $1,435.
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