True to tradition, wings+horns‘ Spring/Summer 2015 collection once again features Canadian construction and Japanese fabrics as its backbone. This season, however, the label takes cues from 20th century U.S. military academy football. Thus, the pieces are rugged, but also sporty and are highlighted by details that include articulated sleeves, underarm gussets, hidden snaps, and knee darts for both ease of movement and a bit of technical flair. Key outerwear pieces include a refined take on the traditional Mac coat — constructed from a water-resistant cotton/nylon twill — as well as a Souvenir jacket that features alternating panels of smooth nylon flight satin and breathable Japanese waffle-knit cotton. Other pieces in the range like pants, shorts, and blazers are defined by the likes of high-density cotton, sulphur-dyed twill, and washed melange linen.