As Alpha Industries approaches its 60th anniversary, the outerwear brand is celebrating with a collection of heritage pieces that a spin on rugged and resilient cold-weather military style. Designed for civilians looking for style-forward winterized garments, the classic silhouettes tout new, weather-tested materials in a broad spectrum of colors and metal tones. A series of collaborations and exclusives from labels like Pintrill, 3Sixteen and Helinox will also drop alongside the new collection.
NASA has been a collaborator with Alpha Industries for the past 10 years. The long-standing partnership continues into the fall, underscored by the new Battled Washed version of the Apollo MA-1. On the back of the flight jacket, nods to space travel come through in appliqué details that reference different missions from America’s history.
Sherpa brings a new level of comfort to the selection of L-2B Flight Jackets. Male and female options share cream tones and camouflage patterns, while the men’s version is also available in a rust color. Contrasting waistbands, cuffs and collars give the garments a fresh spin with added warmth.
The brand’s signature parkas are offered in Primaloft this season, featuring long and short silhouettes and a large selection of designs to cater to a variety of wearers. The cold-weather staple comes equipped with fur-lined hoods for a robust shield against inclement weather.
Quilted liners from the brand add the option to layer for added warmth and style. The lightweight, compact style boasts portability in addition to its fashion-forward cues. The style is offered in solid colors of olive and black for men and green and black camo for women.
Head to Alpha Industries’ website to learn more about the season’s offering, available online and in specialty retail stores.