Good morning, .It's 7 A.M. The weather in Malibu is 72 degrees with scattered clouds. The surf conditions are fair with waist to shoulder highlines, high tide will be at 10:52 a.m.
Yupiks are indigenous people living in central Alaska and Siberia. Their name comes from the Yup'ik words 'yuk' (person) and '-pik' (real). They are "real people", and live as such. In an attempt at evoking their fascinating past and present, the Yupik fleece family goes back to the realest of distinguishing traits of Napapijri's DNA - the curly fleece - and revisits it by playing with colours and heritage badges to celebrate its origins. This zip-up version features practical zip pockets and a fixed hood with chin guard to protect from winter winds.
Napapijri was born in 1987 in the shadow of Europe’s highest peak, Mont Blanc, where an Italian manufacturer of travel bags gave outdoor apparel a new meaning by combining innovative materials and close attention to style. Inspired by the sophistication of great expeditions of the last century and the intrepid explorers who transformed their lives into unique journeys. An Italian brand, with a sort-of-Finnish name, and a Norwegian flag as its logo, from the very beginning Napapijri thrived on intersectionality: defying labels, transcending boxes, pursuing the unexpected journey into nature and creativity.