Bally Fall/Winter 2013 collection sees a number of lukewarm attires encompass mountaineering narratives with sophisticated layering. Compiled through a selection of quality tepid fabrications, Bally celebrates 60 years of conquering Everest via the momentous achievement helmed by the Reindeer-Himilaya Boot. In addition to fundamental knitwear, an abundance of obligatory faux-fur is applied to the trapper hat, snow boots and embellished on sets of hefty outerwear. Meanwhile a strong appliance of leather is featured on the Parka jacket, vest and pants – seen especially in a supple blend with the somber lumberjack prints. Without shying away from technicality, a list of gloves, waterproof jackets and gilets are also prominent in laminated alpine-tough material. To top off the garment-heavy collection, a set of classic mountaineering carriers adds extra adventurous spirit, showcasing the diversity in the formerly cobbler-only brand.