Klättermusen Updates Hiking and Trekking Gear for SS21

“Maximum safety for you, minimum impact on nature.”

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Technical Swedish label Klättermusen has debuted its Spring/Summer 2021 collection, bringing new innovations to its hiking and trekking-inspired pieces. Based around the theme of “maximum safety for you, minimum impact on nature,” the collection features a range of fabric innovations.

For this collection, Klättermusen continues to use its wind and waterproof Cutan material, which is now more lightweight, while the label’s Retina fabric is used for its light, strong and waterproof capabilities. These innovative materials are used across a range of items, with highlights including the Asynja waterproof jacket and pants — which weigh just 300g and 293g respectively — as well as the Cordura-reinforced Grimner pants and shorts and flexible Brimer backpacks.

Speaking about the SS21 collection, Klättermusen CEO Gonz Ferrero described it as “innovative, made to last products with a strong focus on lightweight, waterproof protection by advancing the development of the best performing sustainable fabrics in the market. We were inspired by the colour and seasonal changes of Sweden’s Jämtland mountains and this fed into choices for fabric colour and tactilities.”

“With iconic details such as triangle-shaped reflectors that combine distinctiveness and safety, this range will continue to energise current and soon to be mountaineers with the best, and most reliable, technical equipment. We are also proud to say that the SS21 collection will leave less of an impact on nature than any of its predecessors.”

Take a look through the SS21 collection in the gallery above. The collection is available now from the Klättermusen web store and select stockists.

In other fashion news, Levi’s Vintage Clothing has released a new capsule celebrating well-known Happy Mondays artwork.

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