Moose Knuckles, a Canadian luxury brand for performance outerwear, presents the new Transitional & Layering collection, which consists of a range of quilted gilets and jackets. The new models are meant to be used to experiment with layering when spring temperatures rise.
Moose Knuckles garments are characterized by lightness, versatility, and performance. They are made of a special recycled high-density nylon for the waterproof outer shell and lining and are perfect for wearing over hoodies and T-shirts
Riggin Vest is the monochromatic sleeveless vest, available in black, asphalt, and brit blue, with 90/10 goose down padding from responsible farms and an RDS-certified, detachable hood. In addition to the classic black and military green, the Hedley vest introduces the new color Safety Orange and is characterized by two large front pockets made of recycled softshell fabric and all-over diamond quilting. The same pattern and color scheme can be found on the Descendents Jacket, the model with a recycled YKK zip and inserts made from a mixture of recycled polyester and softshell spandex on the upper part of the body, on the collar, on the pockets, and cuffs as well as on the case Out Jacket, the jacket with snap fastener and grosgrain ribbon.
The collection is rounded off by the Allister Vest, the lone women’s model with a hood and side zippers in the colors black, bone, and surplus green.