With cooler temperatures approaching full swing, NEIGHBORHOOD has cooked up some new outdoor collaborations for the Fall/Winter 2023 season. Whether it making a meal at a campsite or lounging in a tent, the new collection covers its bases.
To bring forth the new pieces, the Tokyo-based brand has enlisted domestic and international brands to aid in the task at hand. For starters, NEIGHBORHOOD tapped fellow Japan-based brand, NANGA, who specializes in high-quality down materials, for a winter sleeping bag based on the AURORA light 750 DX, a triple-named cushion cover, a large wool blanket and charcoal-colored SUBU sandals which are crafted from a flame-retardant TAKIBI fabric.
Next up, NEIGHBORHOOD tapped outdoor brand SOTO for a refillable lighter and a small gas lantern. A highlight is the special edition model, which uses black anodized paint and a rocket-shaped stand. Elsewhere in the collection are pieces like vacuum-insulated THERMOS cups, a black turtle cup from Kameko Takako Nishio Shoten, a rotating s-shaped hook and more. Whether it be a mainline NEIGHBORHOOD item or a collaborative piece, the entire gambit is fit for camp activity.
Take a look at the outdoor offerings in the gallery above. NEIGHBORHOOD’s FW23 collaborative outdoor items drop on November 3 in-store and online.
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