First introduced in 1992, The North Face’s Nuptse jacket has since become an iconic silhouette for the brand. Named after the namesake mountain a mile southwest of Mt. Everest, the jacket is constructed with lightweight down feathers and fitted with a snow and rain-repellent finish, while striking the perfect balance of breathability and insulation for its wearers.
Collaborating with eYe Junya Watanabe MAN, the Nuptse jacket is reimagined in the label’s signature patchwork. The chosen color palette comprises varying shades of khaki green and beige that gives off a utilitarian and militarian appeal.
Preview the jacket in the gallery above.
Retailing for ¥209,000 JPY (approximately $1490 USD), the special edition Nuptse jacket is due to release coming November 18 across authorized eYe Junya Watanabe MAN distributors, ZOZOVILLA, as well at Junya Watanabe MAN stores.
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