Nike ACG Releases Final Errolson Hugh-Designed Collection

One last technical capsule.

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Following Nike ACG‘s throwback Holiday 2018 range, the sportswear giant has revealed what will be the final collection designed by Errolson Hugh. The final offering came about as a result of “trying to explore what a full, all-conditions fit means in terms of having the maximum amount of protection possible,” according to Hugh.

Along with the classic 3L Gore-Tex coat and Deploy cargo pant, Hugh has introduced some new styles to the range, including a seasonal down parka. Featuring a three-way collar and removable hood, the parka fulfills Hugh’s design goal of modularity, with a comfortable fit that seamlessly layers over with past season liners and insulators. To contrast with the dark color palette, this collection introduces bold patterns that blend tie-dye-like hues with paint splatters, drawing influence from snowfall affected by orbital gravity.

Head to Nike’s website and Nikelab stockists to get your hands on the goods when they launch. Europe, South Korea and Japan receive the goods today, while they hit North America on December 12 and China on December 20.

Most recently, Hugh sat down with jeffstaple for a special interview on Business of Hype.

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