Our music-savvy compadres at HYPETRAK recently caught up with Linkin Park frontman Mike Shinoda. While he shares his latest projects in the realm of music, here he speaks on his parka collaboration with 686. Teaming up with Mike West of the LA skateboarding-inspired label, we get a closer look at the design aesthetics behind the outerwear piece, from the choice of camouflage, to its wearability factors on both the streets and the snow slopes. Profits made from the parka will go towards Music for Relief, an organization looking to help those suffering from natural disasters like Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Sandy. Watch the three-part clip below and head over to Music for Relief for more on the charity.