For the Fall/Winter 2021 season, KRAKATAU stays in tune with its “antagonist survival kit” slogan through a new collection inspired by cryogenics. In the new collection, the brand utilizes the thermal conductivity of carbon, the far-infrared radiation of coffee shells and the insulation capabilities of recycled plastic.
Coming in concrete gray, rust, ice blue, lime green, navy and black, the offering features a variety of outerwear pieces including parkas, puffer jackets, nylon shell jackets and more. With an emphasis on facing the elements, the collection’s SYCAMORE jackets feature water-resistant capabilities, while the AITKEN down jackets include a natural insulation and recycled plastic fill. A collection highlight is the CRYOGEN jackets that are padded with a vacuum heat insulating material and a layer of carbon nanotubes. At the push of a button, the carbon layer of the jacket can be activated by the built-in portable battery, providing extra heat.
Topping off the collection are several accessories, which conclude waist bags that convert into backpacks, hats, neck warmers and merino wool gloves.
KRAKATAU’s FW21 collection is available on the brand’s website, in addition to its Amsterdam, Moscow and St. Petersburg flagship stores.
In related news, Woolrich’s FW21 outdoor collection is here to keep you warm.