Following on from a string of recent collaborations with the likes of KITH and Public Release, Japanese label nonnative has now worked with WILD THINGS on a lightweight and durable outerwear capsule. The joint release sees nonnative take on the US-based brand’s “Denali” jacket, which was released exclusively in Japan back in 1983.
The functional jacket — which is lightweight, fully waterproof and known for its heat retention — has been reworked with new materials and technologies such as an expanded PTFE laminate technology (which ensures rain can’t get in, but sweat can get out), PRIMA LOFT special fibers and a DICROS fabric lining. There are four colorways of the technical jacket, with black, navy,”Coyote,” and gray and black versions available.
nonnative’s take on the WILD THING “Denali” is available now at retailers including COVERCHORD and Pilgrim Surf+Supply, with each jacket priced at ¥110,000 JPY (approx. $980 USD). In other fashion news, take a look at the new collaboration from Converse, Patta and Deviation.