Brand: nonnative x WILD THINGS

Season: Fall/Winter 2018

Key Pieces: The standout colorway is the taupe/black mix, a limited edition jacket found exclusively at COVERCHORD.

Release Date: Available now


Editor’s Notes: nonnative and WILD THINGS have linked up to drop a reimagining of a classic WILD THINGS technical structure inspired by a typical nonnative silhouette.

The Denali jacket is crafted from three layers of innovative fabrics, which not only ensure the piece is entirely waterproof but will release perspiration in the warmer months. The coat's lining is made using a glossy, temperature-retaining fabric known as DICROS.

Available in four colorways — black, khaki, taupe, and taupe/black — each jacket matches the chest logo to the overall colorway, with a complementary interior. The Denali jackets retail for ¥129,600 Japanese Yen (approximately $1,150).

Which colorway do you like most? Let us know in the comments.

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