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Snow Peak TAKIBI Collection

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Apr 18, 2019

Category: Gear

Run by a group of outdoor enthusiasts, the Japanese company Snow Peak is known for their sleek backcountry gear. The Snow Peak TAKIBI Collection is another fire-resistant lineup that boasts minimalist style you can sport on a grueling hike or at your local bar.

There’s a variety of apparel in the collection, including a vest, coverall, overalls, and pants. Built using military grade ripstop cotton, the pieces in the series are durable for any adventure you find yourself in, whether you’re at the workshop, camping under the stars, or heading out to a bbq. Everything in the collection is noteworthy but the TAKIBI Overalls caught our attention the most with their adjustable straps, metal hooks, hidden pockets for your EDC, large side pockets, and zipper front. Slip into TAKIBI clothing and reconnect with nature without having to sacrifice style. All the flame-retardant apparel in the lineup is available now, starting at $328.

Purchase: $328+

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