Ten C’s FW21 Collection Imagines More Arctic-Ready Outerwear

Built to last a lifetime, Ten C‘s hardwearing layering pieces are crafted with ample outerwear experience. Currently splitting their time between Ten C and C.P. Company, Alessandro Pungetti and Paul Harvey have no shortage of ideas for cold weather layering pieces, infusing Ten C’s Fall/Winter 2021 with a host of new shapes and styles capable of coping with some of the worst inclement weather imaginable.

As usual, the focus is on fabrication, as Ten C updates timeless menswear shapes with tough, yet supple, textiles custom-made to its own specification. Several new styles sit alongside shearling jackets, garment-dyed down-filled puffers and Ten C’s signature knitwear, including a Japanese made material called “OJJ,” a high-density nylon with a handfeel that’s more organic than most manmade fabrics. All of this reliable, sturdy craft goes into the brand’s favored shapes — including the mononymous “Anorak” and “Parka” — and some new silhouettes, like a high-necked fleece vest and rugged cargo trousers.

Visit Ten C’s website to familiarize yourself with the Italian brand’s design ethos and creative process before the FW21 collection hits stores later this year.

Other high-spec FW21 jackets and coats were recently teased by the likes of White Mountaineering, BYBORRE and Heron Preston.

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