Colourful, comfortable, contemporary: it's the Rainforest Jacket. In time, our most popular icon has become such a familiar presence in the streets that many simply call it "The Napapijri". Its unmistakable anorak shape makes it a recognisable fashion statement, but when it comes down to business, its technical features make it a true player as winter starts to bite. Water resistant and snowproof, its advanced hood regulation, critically taped seams and down-free padding turn it into a comfortable cocoon to fend off the cold in style. This version features two side-pockets to provide extra-comfort, Hooded anorak with side pockets, Tightly woven plain ribbed fabric, Fully printed, Side zip fastening, Advanced hood regulation, Flap pocket with zip fastening, Pockets with zip fastening, Elasticated trims, Adjustable hem, Inner cuffs, Ventilation eyelets, Critically taped seams, Down-free padding, Water-resistant fabric suitable for dry conditions or very light rain (3000 mm H2O), Snowproof, Badges,
Composizion: 100% Polyacrylic
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.