Norse Projects' FW22 ARKTISK Collection Hangs Cliffside

A technical wardrobe for outdoor pioneers.

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For its next Fall/Winter 2022 delivery, Danish design studio Norse Projects is heading to the mountaintops with a collection dubbed ARKTISK. Made for practical explorers with a functional mindset, each piece has been crafted from a combination of natural and synthetic textiles that help to keep heat locked inside in cool conditions – ensuring a smooth performance when in motion.

Garments are designed to be timeless and arrive in tones of black, brown, white, grey and royal blue fit for outdoor affairs. Thermal puffer and field jackets feature removable hoods for unpredictable weather, and insulating knitwear is paired with matching beanies. Thermal button-ups, hoodies and long-sleeve polos are layered beneath skintight mock-neck zip-ups, alongside utilitarian parkas and coordinating bottoms.

On the accessories side, weather-proof bucket hats stand next to wool caps and technical beanies, while sports socks receive premium assembly and branded details.

The Norse Projects FW22 ARKTISK Collection is available to shop now via the Norse Projects website and select retailers worldwide.

In other news, IUTER celebrates 20 years with FW22 “EUROIUTER” collection.

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