After taking on the classic Timberland 6” boot, Tokyo-based label nonnative has unveiled its latest piece of heavy-duty winter wear. The Trooper field jacket is made in Japan and comes in cotton ripstop that has been bonded to the technical Windstopper 2-layer fabric. This material is both waterproof and windproof, while also providing maximum breathability to stop overheating and moisture build up.
The coat, which is available in two different camouflage prints, also features a “Merry” print lining made by legendary British store Liberty. nonnative’s Trooper jacket is available now from Japanese e-retailer COVERCHORD, with the coat priced at ¥75,600 JPY, approximately $690 USD.
If you want more from nonnative, check out the brand’s video lookbook for its 2017 fall/winter “CIUDED DE COLORES” collection.