Snow Peak Wants to Keep You Safe With Its FW20 Collection

The “Rescue Edition” captivates both style and safety.

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Snow Peak has built on its recent work with BEAUTY&YOUTH with the launch of its safety-focused “Rescue Edition” collection for Fall/Winter 2020.

Known for its functional and stylish approach to outerwear, the Japanese label has combined convenience and safety, with sensibility and technology which has resulted in a striking array of outdoors garments.

The collection also features various items from the brand’s “Rescue Emulsion Pack”, comprising a rescue mask for fire evacuation, a multi-blanket to prevent body temperature decline, LED tactical lighting for night activities and a rescue whistle.

The collection itself is made up of an array of puffer jackets, parkas and field jackets, each arriving in a typically autumnal colorway and boasting one or more of the aforementioned safety items, depending on its category.

The full FW20 “Rescue Edition” is available now from the Snow Peak KR webstore.

In other news, The North Face Japan has upcycled worn-out gear with its Repair Shop Program.

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