SOPHNET. and Marmot Drop Winter-Ready Capsule

Releasing iconic items from the ’90s.

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To celebrate the Japanese imprint’s 22nd anniversary, SOPHNET. has teamed up with Marmot for a collaborative capsule collection.

Offered in blue, black, and purple, the outdoor-wear collection features the Parbat Parka and Thunder Light Jacket that were iconic during the ’90s. Both are embroidered with SOPHNET.’s scorpion and Marmot’s logo. The thick quilted down jacket is highlighted with black panels while the Thunder Light Jacket is constructed using nano-pro materials for added water resistance and breathability. Fleece jackets and long-sleeved T-shirts complete this assemblage.

Set to drop on November 2, the SOPHNET. x Marmot capsule collection will be available to purchase at Descente and SOPH.net. Pieces range from $85 USD to $568 USD.

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