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Outlier Autumn/Winter 2015

October 22, 2015

New Yorks Outlier have kicked into the Autumn/Winter season with some new pieces and updated iterations of their staple garments. In true Outlier fashion, the pieces marry the traditional with the cutting edge to produce clothes that are more comfortable and herder wearing whilst still looking great.

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First in line is the Liberated Wool Duffle coat. It’s made from Outlier’s four-way stretch Liberated Wool fabric, making a for a lighter but no less weather proof piece of outerwear. The real innovation though is in the ‘magnomechanical’ toggles – magnets allow you to close them with a single hand, while the mechanical aspect keeps things securely in place.

Their classic Liberated Wool Peacoat is back again and in exactly the same form as last Winter. For this season the Pivot Shirt is also constructed from Merino wool and now features welt pockets in addition to the advanced pivot sleeves. Finally, small accessories in the form of Watch Caps and scarves round out the collection and also come in beautifully soft, extra-fine merino wool.

For more information on the label, or to order from their online shop, go to the website here: Outlier.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Rob permalink
    November 3, 2015 12:24 pm

    I love Outlier’s philosophy. Smart looking gear with technical performance.

    • November 17, 2015 9:35 am

      Great isn’t it. Taking classic items and re-engineering them for better performance and comfort, without making them too ‘tech’. Shame they’re not more accessible over here.

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