30/30 JACKET VIDEO
Published: 2012-12-21 09:00:00 Tags: Menswear
The 30/30 jacket is a cross section of the state of the art of Stone lsland. A testament to three decades of exploration and development. Two pieces in one, the jacket shell and jacket liner, both reversible, which assume different features in 30 ways of use. They can be worn, together or alone, in a total of 10 different ways and in 3 different states: Normal, Ice and Reflective. The hooded jacket shell is in RUBBERISED SATIN PRISMATIC COVER. Jacket in Raso Gommato: cotton satin, military fabric, with a polyurerhane coating, waterproof and windproof. It is a glossy, transparent and finely grooved film that provides a three-dimensional prismatic effect that refracts light, amplifying the effects of the bi-colour double dyeing. The addition of a special agent to the dyeing recipe makes the garment antidrop. Inside, the jacket liner in THERMO REFLECTIVE, a thermo-sensitive and reflective fabric. A nylon substrate, bonded both with glass microspheres that enable the fabric's refractivity as well as the microencapsulated pigments that change the passage of light are incorporated, and therefore the colour of the material changes as a function of temperature. Internal WOOL KNIT with nylon sleeves.
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