Limited to 100 pieces, the Prototype Research_Series acts as Stone Island’s experimentation lab where fabrics and/or treatments born from research (not yet industrialized) can be incorporated into garments. Made alongside the Kevlar consumer brand R&D team, the use of dévoré printing with “stretch broken” technology and Kevlar filament gives the parka exceptional strength, toughness, and thermal stability.
“Stretch broken” technology creates a fine yarn that can be covered in cotton where the dévoré printing technique disintegrates the yarn for an all-over pattern that exposes the Kevlar core and its yellow tint. Set for a July 12 release, the PROTOTYPE RESEARCH_SERIES 06 will be available over at Stone Island.
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