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The Norse Projects ARKTISK Asger Pertex Quantum down jacket in Dark Navy Blue. A short hooded down jacket that utilizes Pertex Quantum, a windproof, light, and soft textile where insulation can fully loft. Its tightly woven structure traps still air to enhance the efficiency of insulation. The fabric is 50% recycled and features a PFC free DWR finish to repel light rain and snow. It includes double chest pockets, a water-resistant PU-coated zip front, and is insulated with 750 fill power RENU down that has HyperDRY, a fluorocarbon-free and water-repellent technology. Product Details: Model is 187cm and wears size M. 50% recycled polyester, 50% polyester Lining: 100% polyester Windproof Water-repellent RENU: 750+ ultra-high performance recycled down with HyperDRY finish
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Based in Copenhagen, Denmark, Norse Projects offers elevated interpretations of staples from men’s and women’s apparel. With roots in retail streetwear, creative director Tobia Sloth, has fused a clean, sophisticated, minimalist aesthetic with skate, military, and nautical references to create a consistent product offering season after season. A slew of collaborations with respected brands like SUICOKE, Head Porter, Tricker’s, and Armor Lux, as well as projects with esteemed artists such as Geoff Mcfetridge, Misaki Kawai, and James Jarvis among others, have shown the brand’s versatility in infusing Scandinavian sensibility while also keeping it at the forefront of the fashion industry.
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