Following on from the release of its $9,400 USD fur coat, Japanese label visvim has announced the latest addition to its outerwear selection. The new coat is an upgraded version of the brand’s Valdez parka, which has been given a new Limonta nylon construction.
The coat was initially released as the brand’s take on the N3-B snorkel parka and comes with a fit influenced by surplus parkas of the ’50s. This new version features a heavily treated custom nylon textile, which has been produced with Italian material company Limonta, as well as touches such as vege tanned cowhide accents, a coyote fur hood lining and wool pile insulation.
The jacket is available now in black or olive from stores including HAVEN, although there are only 306 pieces for the season and each is priced at $4832 USD. In other visvim releases, take a look at the brand’s new Cordura-Constructed Backpacks.