nonnative x Wild Things Updates The “Denali” Jacket

The nonnative x Wild Things outerwear capsule sees the latter’s upgraded “Denali” jacket. The collection is reportedly lightweight and durable.

 

Japanese label nonnative takes on the US-based brand’s “Denali” jacket. The item first became available exclusively in Japan back in 1983.

The “Denali” jacket is functional. It is lightweight, fully waterproof, and well-known for its heat retention. The two brands reworked the staple piece with new materials and technologies.

Old Made New

It uses an expanded PTFE laminate technology. This makes sure that rain can’t get in but sweat can get out. Other materials include the PRIME LOFT special fibers and a DICROS fabric lining.

The jacket comes in four colorways: black, navy, “Coyote,” as well as gray and black. It is now available at select retailers for about $980 USD.

Wild Things is an outerwear brand that is one of the most trusted names in alpine climbing equipment. nonnative, on the other hand, is a master in Japanese minimalism.

Meanwhile, nonnative worked with Public Release for a capsule collection. he capsule features a variety of t-shirts, hoodies, and long-sleeve crewneck pullovers. The pieces also come in a diverse color palette consisting of white, purple, and yellow.

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