Riot Division Streamlines "Zeroization" in Technical SS20 Collection

Featuring functional upgrades and new branding.

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Following its utilitarian Spring/Summer 2019 collection that payed homage to the Ukrainian label’s 10th anniversary, Riot Division has unveiled its latest assortment of apparel and accessories for the Spring/Summer 2020 season. Like the previous range, the SS20 collection draws from the process of “Zeroization,” which removes items that are no longer relevant and focuses on the “complete processing of all information.”

A selection of technical jackets, pants and shorts are updated with Nullus pocket systems: the RD Nullus jacket is built in two parts, providing increased ventilation with its deconstructed silhouette, while cargo pants sport two large uniquely shaped pockets and a valve that is integrated into the pocket itself. Another new development of the SS20 range consists of “PARTICLE” models. These shorts and pants provide greater ventilation by strategically placed mesh inserts.

Rethinking its classic models, Riot Division includes 3 CELL and 2 CELL tactical bags updated with two carrying options. Other accessories include caps, boonie hats and bags. A new shoulder patch logo — used for the first time in the SS20 collection — brands the latest looks and can be hidden by pulling on a string.

Check out the SS20 lookbook above. The collection is available now on Riot Division’s website.

Elsewhere, MEANSWHILE launched its FW20 collection of convertible layering pieces.

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