When you find yourself on your sixth hour outdoors in blistering cold winds, triple-checking the Apple weather app for rain, and wondering why you didn't opt for that fourth garment layer, you'll soon realize that fabrication is king in the colder months.
There are plenty of options you can turn to – a GORE-TEX shell for those rainy spells (hello, London), wool pants to keep colder air at bay, and of course, Polartec Fleece.
No wardrobe is complete without fleecing, especially if you're trying to up your Gorpcore game. I'd even go so far as to say it's essential, making it no surprise that the fabrication is a key piece of Norse Project's "Tab Series."
The Fall/Winter 2021 "Tab Series" capsule collection sees Norse Projects revisit its original graphic identity and core military references that saw the brand gain popularity in its formative years. It offers a casual range of heavyweight jersey, shirting, accessories, and a series of transitional layering pieces built for the cold using Polartec Fleece.
Working Class Heroes put the Danish brand to the test in the British Lake District, highlighting the functional, transitional efficiency the collection has to offer. The collection's fleecing options take centre stage in the rural British exploration, showcases in white and navy, paired with pants and tees in similarly muted hues. This minimal palette and layered approach to dress is the epitome of Scandinavian style, creating a capsule that can easily be injected into everyday dress.