Junya Watanabe MAN and outerwear brand The North Face‘s collaborations never fail to drop jaws here at Highsnobiety HQ. Having teamed up once again for the fall/winter season, the brands’ super winter-proof modular sleeping bag jackets emerged as instant grails earlier in the season Now, they can be copped with 40 percent off in the Farfetch winter sale.
Already at the top of the Fall/Winter ’18 game with his collection of workwear apparel, Japanese designer Junya Watanabe’s instant grail piece takes its inspiration from The North Face’s Dolomite sleeping bag. The design utilizes the insulating fabric of the camping essential and updates it with a woven polyester ripstop and functional paneling, while the jacket really comes into its own when reversed and the technical detailing is exposed. As with the sleeping bag its modeled on, the grey and orange coat is also packable for unexpected bursts of sun.
The collab follows previous seasons of TNF pieces, alongside co-branded product with the likes of Carhartt, Karrimor, New Balance, and Levi’s, all cementing workwear’s place season after season. Being Junya affiliated comes at a cost, with considerable mark-ups on otherwise affordable labels, but you only need to take a closer look at the long and shortcuts of this latest padded jacket to see why.
If you’ve been left lusting over these Junya Watanabe MAN x TNF jackets, this is your chance to cop at a huge discount on the admittedly steep original cost. First available for $2,370 and $2,440, the jackets are included in Farfetch’s on-going winter sale for the reduced cost of $1,440 and $1,464 respectively.
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