Arriving in the form of a versatile hoodie, a thermal jacket, and an extreme cold ski and snowboard jacket, the collection is made with eco-sustainable practices and features details like techno piqué, post-consumer recycled polyester fibers and elastane, waxed zippers, and heat-sealed sections.
“We are excited to reveal our partnership with Prada as an integral part of ASPENX’s inaugural lineup of premium offerings for the 2021/2022 ski season,” said artist Paula Crown. “More than a fashion collection, this collaboration is a physical representation of the one-of-a-kind spirit of Aspen just ahead of the destination’s 75th anniversary. Built for uninhibited exploration, the capsule complements ASPENX’s founding vision of new possibilities, and I am beyond pleased to work with such a revered house as Prada on this momentous occasion.”
The highlight piece, the snowboard jacket, features Extreme-Tex, an innovative waterproof multilayer fabric created by Prada. It also sees Graphene padding, antibacterial properties, carbon-free waterproofing, and heat-sealed taped seams. Priced from $2,040 – $5,100 USD, the collection is available for both men and women over at ASPENX.
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