Since the ‘50s, Alpha Industries has delivered high-quality signature military apparel. You probably know them best for the MA-1 bomber jacket, a classic that’s come to dominate the outerwear market in recent years. For Spring/Summer 2021, the brand is back with a new collection that blends its DNA with modern, fresh shapes and styles.

The “Military Training” drop breathes new life into the army-inspired trend with a line of outerwear, button-up shirts, t-shirts, pants, hats, bags, and other accessories. Expect the brand’s iconic L-2B and M-65 jackets to make an appearance but with lighter quilting, making them perfect for spring and chilly summer nights. Other highlights include a cargo short modeled after the aforementioned jacket complete with a patchwork style and a lightly worn effect. Across the rest of the collection is a range of details — military typeface, contrast color threading, lots of pockets, and, of course, camo — that give the clothes a military vibe without looking too much like army fatigues.

The collection sources cues from the brands own archive, but thanks to a high attention to detail and a sensibility for today’s silhouettes, Alpha Industries delivers a collection that feels perfectly suited to the modern customer.

See more of the collection here.

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