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This piece from Sacai reflects their general design philsophy. A mix of elements from iconic pieces from the past, it’s got a slim cut with Levi’s Type II style front pockets. Other elements on it incorporate the look of the MA-1 bomber with a zip pocket at the sleeve.

Available at HBX

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This is a standout piece from Junya Watanabe’s SS21 lineup. A 100% cotton liner that gives a workwear feel that looks just normal from the front but has a detachable backpack at the back. Featuring 2 front and 2 back pockets and a collarless cut, this is just an insane layering piece.

Available at END

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This pullover from Snow Peak offers up a clean 3 pocket design that utilizes a mixed nylon/cotton blend. With an oversized fit, this is an ideal piece for warmer weather. It’s windproof, breathable, and offers light water repellency. Available at Snow Peak in three colors

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Undercover is turning 30 this year and to celebrate the anniversary, designer Jun Takahashi has turned to some of his long-time friends in the Tokyo fashion scene. A list of legendary brands have signed up to offer their take on UC’s signature hybrid style with a series of leather sleeve down jackets with various mixed materials and detailing. Created in partnership with peers sacai, Kolor, Fragment design, TheSoloist and N.Hoolywood. The jackets all take a different tact to exploring the same style of garment. Sacai designer Chitose Abi gives her take on the trademark garment by bringing in elements of a knit riders jacket. Abe’s husband Junichi infuses elements of his brand Kolor’s style with a bright neon rendition. My favorite is the TAKAHIROMIYASHITA TheSoloist collaboration which adds insane looking goggles and gloves to the piece.  N.HOOLYWOOD extends the length of the down jacket into with a parka-like body and hood. Fragment’s design is understandably understated with just a simple fragment logo hit on the back.

These should only be available directly through Undercover and they’ve posted some purchase information their website. The price range for these items range from  ¥140,000 JPY (approximately $1,356 USD) to ¥240,000 JPY (approximately $2,325 USD). If you’re looking for other current season Undercover items, take a look at stockists like SSENSE , Selfridges and Luisviaroma.

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This North Face Steep Tech Down Jacket merges the history of the Steep Tech sub-label and makes it compatible with dressing in 2021. With a boxy, oversize fit, and 700-fill of super warming responsibly-sourced down it’s got an extremely clean silhouette and minimal looks. It’s made from durable nylon ripstop that blocks wind. Key features include t exposed-zip, top-entry pocket and adjustable Velcro cuffs.

Available at SNS

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A shearling is not something you’d want to cheap out on and this piece from Italian textile experts Loro Piana screams luxury. this bomber jacket is made from thick shearling that’s insulating without being too heavy. The cuffs and hem are trimmed in fine gauge cashmere. The definition of an investment piece, this will last you years and work with dozens of fits.

Available at Mr.Porter

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The backpack jackets that Junya Watanabe designed in collaboration with The North Face was one of the most memorable outerwear pieces to drop last winter. They flew off shelves and were a must have for both Junya loyalists and North Face heads. The concept returns in similar executions from both The North Face and Karrimor with all the requisite detail including hidden pockets, fit-adjusting pull tabs and zippered closures.

The Junya Watanabe x The North Face Trail Pack Jacket is now at Japanese stockists is listed on ZOZOTOWN’s site for  a retail price of ¥205,200 JPY, with the Karrimor counterparts available for ¥248,400 JPY.  Look for them to arrive at Western stockists including END soon.

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Last year saw the rollout of the first items from North Face’s collaboration with Junya Watanabe. Perhaps the best of the whole lot however just recently dropped. The made in Japan collab in delivering a highly functional jacket that features all kinds of technical detailing throughout – inspired by TNF’s original Terra 65 backpack. A patchworked masterpiece of water-resistant  materials, this style is highly adaptable – featuring toggles and elastics at the hood and helming. Tasteful. Branding punctuates the look throughout, and alongside multiple pockets and backpack detailing. This is a show stealer and a must have for any serious technical outerwear fan. The only downside might be the hefty retail price, coming in at over $2000. It’s available now at END.

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Rick Owens delivers a new spring jacket in the form of this Grey Windbreaker from their DRKSDHW sub-line. A light grey color way and simple cotton construction make this a great light jacket to pair with rick sneakers, DRKSHDW denim or sweats. A packable hood and zip pockets gives this a bit more utility in daily situations.

Available now at END.

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This piece is one of the best I’ve seen from Stone Island this scene. An awesome olive color way that’s the result of a garment dyeing process . The parka comes in a performance fabric made up of an outer opaque light nylon layer laminated to a very fine breathable, water and wind resistant inner membrane. The seams have been thermo-taped for optimal water resistance.  Along with the removable storm hood and zip fastening system this is a strong choice for even heavy-duty rainfall.  It’s available over at HAVEN.

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