Outlier’s at it again, this time releasing their Supermarine Anorak in both tan and navy gray. It’s a light pullover jacket that’ll work well for the current wet days we’ve seen here in the Northeast and right into the fall and winter months ahead. The yarn-dyed Supermarine fabric comes from Italy and has a sturdy handfeel that’s highly water resistant and looks impeccable. The 4Season side panels ensure movement and breathability as well as two-way side zips for extra ventilation. Partial front zip, front kangaroo pocket and rear zip carry pocket round it all out. Buy the Supermarine Anorak now through Outlier.
Copenhagen’s Norse Projects and Manchester-based retailer Oi Polloi have teamed up for this burnt orange military inspired anorak. The detailed shots below highlight the jacket’s waterproof shell and just make us want this jacket more than we already do. Find the jacket at Shelta and Oi Polloi.
This piece has been in the works for quite sometime now and we’re glad to see they took their time with this one. The Anorak is really well-designed as it uses a pullover construction with two way side ventilation. The magnetic front piece is fully adjustable while the shell’s made from 3XDry Cotton Linen fabric that’s soft and sturdy at the same time with some much welcomed performance from Schoeller’s 3XDry treatment in there as well.
Lately, I’ve had this obsession with blanket print and though the supply is very limited these days when when it comes products in this finish, I try to grab everything I come across. It’s a unique finish that’s as versatile as they come and this particular piece from Nanamica is technically sound and extremely functional, making the purchase all the more enjoyable (and justifiable). The anorak is wind proof and utilizes a material called Pertex that’s more breathable than waterproof materials.
Mt. Rainier Design’s S/S ’11 product is hitting stockists worldwide but Inventory has some pieces you won’t be seeing a whole lot of. As 60/40 is the brand’s specialty, they’ve crafted this spring Anorak in an amazing blue/grey 60/40 fabric. On the reverse is a camo fabric that’s not too eccentric but shows enough during normal wear.
Here’s a hooded anorak from the folks at Burkman Bros. It’s fully lined with sky blue cotton and features a three-button opening at the front as well as two front pockets. There’s alot of Indian influence in this piece and it shows from the patterned fabric, wooden buttons and a traditional Indian friendship bracelet, which comes with the jacket.
For the past twelve years, Japanese-based Haversack has been making some well-fitting, amazingly-detailed items and with designer Koji Norihide at the helm, this comes as no surprise. The anorak is a prime example as it’s got a coated weather resistant exterior and the hood with throat latch is definitely a good look. Haversack offerings are all cut and sewn in Japan, which gives some added appeal.
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