The technological fabrication uses BYBORRE’s signature On-Pattern 3D knit, which creates space inbetween the jacket liner and the underneath layer. As a result, heat is trapped where needed while airflow is optimized in targeted areas around the jacket. The duo has also incorporated Meryl nylon yarns which gives the liner fabric unparalleled levels of breathability, elasticity and a soft-feel finish, as well as an outer shell made from Dermizax FlexileMatte 4 way Stretch.
The features of Demizaz include a non-quilted thermal bonding and a seam tape construction, which together create a superior level of waterproofness for the Mizusawa Down Mountaineer Jacket. Take a look at the jacket in the gallery above, and purchase it via DESCENTE ALLTERRAIN stores and retailers in November 2019 for €1,300 EUR (approx. $1,450 USD).
For more technical fashion, check out the GORE-TEX-heavy FW19 collection from thisisneverthat.