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From Vic Mensa's Faith Connexion 'fit to Skepta's beloved Craig Green x Moncler garms, it seems like there's no escaping this growing trend for puffa jackets. For those that are looking for something new, Highsnobiety has found the next best thing - inflatable jackets.

Ready to rock this Spring, Japanese and British label Michiko Koshino has unveiled a selection of outerwear pieces from its "Inflatable" collection. Included within are a number of waterproof jackets, all perfect for fending off oncoming April showers.

Each item is made from PVC and is optioned in different colors and prints (including a fire camo piece), with technical details including snap fastenings, pockets, and pumps. Depending on your desired fit, the coats can be worn inflated or deflated.

Check out the links below and let us know which one catches your eye.

Inflatable Coat

$381

Michiko Koshino

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Inflatable Coat

$381

Michiko Koshino

Buy at Michiko Koshino

Inflatable Coat

$381

Michiko Koshino

Buy at Michiko Koshino

Inflatable Coat

$381

Michiko Koshino

Buy at Michiko Koshino

Inflatable Cat Jacket

$489

Michiko Koshino

Buy at Michiko Koshino

Inflatable Vest

$317

Michiko Koshino

Buy at Michiko Koshino

In other shopping news, here's how to buy KITH's adidas Terrex "EEA" sneakers.

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