Snow Peak’s FW19 Collection Blends Style And Outdoor Performance

Aug 29, 2019

Category: Style

When you’re in search of truly innovative gear for the outdoors, Snow Peak never disappoints, as they create equipment they would use themselves. Summer is coming to a close, and the Snow Peak FW19 Apparel Collection is here to help you transition to the colder seasons.

The collection consists of a variety of apparel to battle wintry weather, including the Field Utility Pullover, DWR Rip Stop Pants, TAKIBI Jacket, TAKIBI TSUNAGI, and the Indigo C/N Parka. One of our favorites from the collection is the TAKIBI TSUANGI coverall made from flame-retardant TAKIBI cotton aramid materials, which is also used to make fire-fighting suits. And the Indigo C/N Parka also caught our attention with its classic look. Constructed from a 70/30 blend of cotton and nylon from Japan, the winter jacket projects streetwear style without sacrificing performance in the backcountry. Each piece offers you functional style, making it difficult to choose just one item. Starting at $59, all products in the lineup are available now.

Purchase: $59+

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