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Aspesi Spring/Summer 2014 lightweight outerwear

April 30, 2014

If there’s one thing Italy’s Aspesi do well it’s outerwear. The brand continues to develop new styles that are both technically focused whilst maintaining a level of simplicity that marries perfectly with their soft tailored approach to Menswear. I406B288_01094_0

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First in the range is the ‘Rattler’ jacket – it takes its cues from the classic M69 and delivers a new take in waterproof and breathable technical fabric. The outer has the usual arrangement of four bellows pockets and the jacket also features an adjustable hood, matching zip fastening, adjustable, press-stud fastening cuffs and an inner drawstring at the waist. Also on the inside, you’ll find laminated lining with contrasting taping throughout.

Next is the Incrociato Leggero, a jacket with a touch of the mountain parka about it. Perfect in its bright orange exterior, it’s constructed from a Polyester/Nylon mix that’s been washed to give it a softer handle. Features include an adjustable peaked hood, concealed front zip with press-stud fastening storm placket and three front flap pockets. Inside you’ll find a further two pockets – one at the bottom fastened with a button and one on the chest fastened with a zip.

The Supertecnico II is a waterproof Nylon taffeta jacket that’s shorter in the bod. It too features a fixed hood that’s fully adjustable, plus raglan sleeves, front lower pockets, elasticated cuffs with press-stud fastening and concealed front zip. The interior features a laminate effect mesh and contrasting tape and the jackets hem features a drawstring for further fit adjustment.

All are available now, so for more information, to see the larger range and to buy online, go to the website here: Aspesi.

 

 

One Comment leave one →
  1. May 1, 2014 10:40 am

    WOW – that is a real coming of age collection – not a duffer in sight!

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