Snow Peak Unveils Warm Weather-Ready Spring/Summer 2018 Collection

Coats for every breezy occasion.

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Snow Peak has unveiled its latest lookbook for the Spring/Summer 2018 season. The Japanese outdoor label is primarily known for creating desirable accessories but it has long made clothing, so this season should come as no surprise to aficionados of the brand.

One of the range’s new additions is a selection of down pieces, ranging from standard parkas to fleece pullovers and pants. Other coats are built to withstand rain, while the 2-layer insulation range helps protect against a variety of elements at the same time. Elsewhere, some of the more eye-catching pieces include printed down jackets and a hickory stripe jacket, pants, and overalls. Take a look through the gallery above to see the full range for yourself. Snow Peak’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection will be available from the brand’s web store starting March 1.

In other news, we recently spoke to designer Lisa Yamai about how the brand aims to change the way we think about camping.

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