GRIP SWANY x atmos Outdoor Wear Collection Released

21.July.2021 | FASHION

Japanese sneaker shop atmos released its second collaborative collection with GRIP SWANY on July 17 at select atmos stores, their online shop, and at the outdoor wear select shop ORANGE.

atmos x GRIP SWANY GEAR SHORT | 3 Designs | ¥11,000 Each (Tax Included)

atmos x T SPEC GEAR 4WD TEE | 2 Designs | ¥6,600 Each (Tax Included)

atmos x NATURA x T SPEC GEAR LED SUPER FLASH LIGHT & LIGHT COVER | ¥8,580 (Tax Included)

The line-up incorporates atmos’ iconic textiles and colouring and is made with Supplex Nylon, the same material that was used for the brand’s gear shorts which sold out last year. It’s soft like cotton and comfortable to wear.

 

The outdoor collection includes tees, shorts, and a flashlight. The 4WD TEE line-up is part of the T SPEC GEAR outdoor series. They are made from cotton with a big silhouette branded with the logo. The flashlight is LED and is small in size so can be carried around easily. It comes with a cover and strap.

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    Comment from AMBUSH® founder VERBAL

    “For this collaboration, I was interested in how PORTER and STANLEY’s products are easy to use, which matches today’s lifestyle. I actually use STANLEY bottles in my studio and when I order coffee at coffee shops, so this was a collaboration I’m happy to have done. PORTER’s bags are just the right size. I wanted something that was thoroughly made down to the finest details, so I feel new possibilities [from this collection] which focuses on the necessities. PORTER bags are handy for popping outside so I can use them in the day or at night, and STANLEY bottles I use at work and at home <laughs>”

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    The golden tips of the shoelaces bring a sophisticated tinge to the overall design.

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