White Mountaineering and Paul&Shark Join Forces on Outdoor Performance Capsule

Focusing on design, function and technology.

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For the start of its Fall/Winter 2021 rollout, Italian label Paul&Shark has unveiled its upcoming capsule collection alongside Yosuke Aizawa’s White Mountaineering. With high-performing functionality being the focal points of both brands’ ethos, they have taken a revolutionary approach to outdoor staples, inspired by the sky, stars and the wilderness.

The all-black, slim-fitting collection consists of T-shirts, sweaters and pants with stand-out pieces being its selection of jackets durable in all-terrain. Launched last year, Paul&Shark’s innovative, sustainably constructed Typhoon 20000 garments guarantees high-waterproof and windproof performance. Made possible by its ultra-thin membrane, its progressive molecular design technology is able to withstand a 20-meter water column whilst ensuring maximum breathability. White Mountaineering has stepped up to rework these silhouettes with an array of outerwear essentials featuring detachable layers composed with a mix of technical fabrics, Primaloft and wool.

Merging the nautical heritage of Paul&Shark and the modern-outdoor aesthetic of White Mountaineering, the collection embraces both brands’ niche design languages. The lookbook expresses its outdoor theme with the backdrop switching between mountains, sea, sky and WM’s futuristic digi-prints.

Keep up with the release and the rest of the Fall/Winter 2021 drop on the Paul&Shark website.

In case you missed it, check out Comfy Outdoor Garment’s latest selection of jackets.

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