After dropping its Artillery Parka and Ballistic Vest, HAVEN has returned with its latest Winter 2019 editorial, highlighting a dynamic range of tech-heavy layers for cold weather. The assemblage is packed with functional outdoor styles that incorporate a variety of progressive textiles and vivid fabric treatments like GORE-TEX, Cordura and reflective coatings. Delicate sherpa fleece and other woolen materials have also been placed into the mix for added warmth and texture.
Among the lineup of featured brands like White Mountaineering, The North Face, Ten c, Burton AK457, Stone Island and NEIGHBORHOOD, one noteworthy piece is The North Face’s 1994 Seasonal Retro Mountain Jacket that comes in burnt olive with a waxed camo print. The piece sees a duo-layer waterproof GORE-TEX shell, with an adjustable stormhood and underarm ventilation. Apart from the rich camo print, the jacket comes with reinforced abrasion-resistant panels at the cuffs and elbows, while two elongated hidden zipper openings are placed at the upper chest. As a finishing note, “The North Face” branding is embroidered at the top right shoulder, while breathable mesh fabrics and nylon lining round up the design.
Another highlight is NEIGHBORHOOD’s MK3 Flight Overalls. It comes with adjustable gray straps and a black satin fabric that’s been sulfur-dyed. The central opening is concealed with a long flap that features a snap button at the top and a tonal rubber patch. “NH” branding appears at the top right corner, followed by other details like the transparent nametag slot, a yellow tab on the other leg as well as various pockets and zipper compartments throughout the garment. Other pieces in the range like White Mountaineering’s Wool Down Jacket, Mountain Research’s “A” Cap, Burton AK457’s Guide Backpack and Danner’s Light GORE-TEX® “Black” round up the expansive showcase.
Scroll through the gallery above for a look at HAVEN’s Winter 2019 Editorial and head over to the retailer’s website for the full look.
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