Final Home Wool Survival Parka

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Final Home Wool Survival Parka

350.00

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 its 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.”

While the more readily available survival parkas are made with a thin, lightweight nylon, placing the onus on the bearer to insulate them, Tsumara’s highly illusive winter iteration is made with a heavy wool outer and fully lined inner. It displays the same body-traced zipper pocket, which offers plenty of space for storage, or even further insulation. Likewise, the utilitarian design of the typical survival parka is delineated from in exchange for a more severe, fashionable design including an oversized hood and optional strap button closure.

Condition: 9/10. No significant flaws.

Tagged size: M

Shoulder: 17in

Pit to pit: 21in

Length: 36in

Sleeve: 26in

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