Final Home Survival Parka

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Final Home Survival Parka

300.00

Kosuka Tsumura made a name for himself at the Miyake Design Studios before launching Final Home. Created in 1992 as an expression of his own anxiety towards the direction of civilization and the budding computer age, his label's clothing is meant to prepare it’s wearers for a post-apocalyptic world. In turn there’s a heavy focus on functionality. Tsumura himself described his aim as to create “a cloth that can be adapted according to need.”

To quote Tsumara, “If I lost my house due to disaster, war, unemployment, etc., what kind of clothing can I propose as a fashion designer?” The answer: the Survival Parka. This utilitarian design is truly one of a kind. With its full length zippers and bountiful storage pockets, the jacket is both a statement and a tool for survival. Tsumara intends for the pockets to be stuffed with newspaper once the cold comes, and otherwise with one’s belongings when traveling. Zippers run along the hood and backside to provide even more storage.


Condition: 8/10. Normal signs of wear. The “i” on the Final Home badge has fallen off.

Tagged size: 3

Shoulder: 26.5in

Pit to pit: 26.5in

Length: 29in

Sleeve: 32in

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