Let’s get this straight—Trophy Clothing is one of the most exciting brands coming out of Japan right now. Its designs strike a perfect balance between old and new, nodding to the garb of times-past while remaining refreshing and interesting. Case in point? The Alpine Down Coat. Clearly inspired by Eddie Bauer‘s iconic Kara Koram down parka, Trophy has made some edits to this classic to freshen things up.
Built from durable khaki 60/40 nylon, the Alpine Down Coat features all of the crucial parts of the Kara Koram recipe like square-celled down filling, chunky button closures, and an adjustable drawstring waist. Where Trophy has set its down apart from Bauers 60s classic is by shortening the overall length of the jacket so it sits at the hip—somewhat like the Eddie Bauer Skyliner—a down-filled bomber recently reproduced by Warehouse & Co.
Each parka is made in Japan, filled with a blend of 93% down and 7% feathers, and finished with ribbed cuffs, Talon zipper, and a branded neck label.
Available from Sonder Supplies for $765