HALO Takes to the Training Field and Streets for Its Fourth Season

Perfect for challenging the most difficult terrain.

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Military inspiration has been the name of the game for HALO — a collaborative endeavor between athletic wear brand Newline and Copenhagen’s STORM — since it debuted back in the spring of 2015. Now on its fourth season, the line is following up last season’s nod to parachuting with a range intended for the training fields and streets alike. Subbed “Aspirant,” the collection boasts high performance and functionality along with a number of off-duty styles. Everything from hoodies and anoraks to tees, stretch shorts, and tights adopt burgundy, camel, and army green hues — not to mention camouflage motifs — as an homage to the Danish Army Special Forces while highlights include water-repellant flight jackets and parkas.

HALO’s fourth drop will be available from STORM this upcoming weekend.

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