Japanese menswear/techwear stalwarts Nanamica are hitting heavy this winter by blending a distinctly Northwest aesthetic alongside their customary technical outdoor vision. With this grunge-y number you can feel safe being a die hard Nirvana fan whilst offering a subtle Japanese flex to fellow gear-heads on the trail.
Coming in a popover style similar to the famed Patagonia Snap-T, the Pullover Sweater has an oversized and comfortable silhouette. Made from an acrylic mohair yarn which provides warmth without being heavyweight, the brushed yarns are raised to mimic the feeling of a wool fleece.
With a whole heap of texture and subtle detailing like the left chest pocket and low-key branding, this is going to be a sure fire hit on the trails or in the coffee house.
Available for $226 at DSPTCH.