For Fall/Winter 2015, White Mountaineering continues to impress with a new collection of function-driven garments and accessories. Focusing, once again, on fabric and utility, designer Yosuke Aizawa created a cold weather range that pairs military design inspirations with performance-minded materials like GORE-TEX corduroy, PrimaLoft insulation and stretch textiles. Of note this season are pieces such as patchwork shirts, GORE-TEX mountain parkas, PrimaLoft quilted vests and pants, a stretch corduroy work shirt, and a hooded herringbone parka — all of which stay true to the brand’s roots with a firm emphasis on details, form and function. Other standouts, meanwhile, include White Mountaineering’s latest footwear collaboration with adidas, a range that’s highlighted by silhouettes such as an all-over print ZX Flux. Take a look at the latest from White Mountaineering here and find the Japanese label’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection now at HBX.