Snow Peak Joins JOURNAL STANDARD for '90s-Influenced Capsule

Versatile adventure accessories in retro colorways.

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Japanese retailer JOURNAL STANDARD joins forces with domestic outdoors experts Snow Peak for a collection of retro-influenced adventure gear. The store’s Relume imprint leans towards comfortable, classic style, which ties in with this drop’s ’90s influence. Vintage Snow Peak branding appears on several tees, while contrasting reds, yellows and blues elevate a small sacoche bag, larger tote and woven belts in appropriately ’90s style. Continuing to mine the backwards-looking motif, all of the T-shirts are offered exclusively in slouchy M, L, and XL cuts — a rarity for Japanese brands, which tend to prefer smaller sizes.

Expect JOURNAL STANDARD Relume’s web store to host the drop in late July.

For more hardwearing gear, take a look at Stan Ray’s Spring/Summer 2019 release.

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