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Japanese label Comfy Outdoor Garment has followed up its release of easy-to-wear unisex ponchos, with a four-piece collection of winter-ready “Comfy Down” jackets.
Since linking with Harajuku-based LOSTHILLS, Comfy Outdoor Garment — or CMF as it’s more commonly known — has crafted a reputation for its eclectic take on classic silhouettes. Now, for Fall/Winter 2020, the brand drops its four-piece collection of “Comfy Down” jackets that arrive in khaki, “Coyote” beige, black and blue colorways.
Previous outerwear collections from CMF have been produced using a 650FP — a duck down, in simple terms — while this latest offering has been upped to 850FP, meaning a luxury goose down, guaranteed insulation and larger diamond patches on the garment itself.
CMF’s “Comfy Down” jackets are available to buy now from the LOSTHILLS webstore, retailing at ¥42,000 (approximately $400 USD).
In other outerwear news, Berghaus has promised longevity with its Fall/Winter 2020 collection.
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