The Alps & Meters’ Fall/Winter 2017 Alpine Clothing Collection

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The recently launched Alps & Meters Fall/Winter 2017 alpine clothing collection checks all the right boxes by blending vintage cues, classic craftsmanship, and modern technology. Made by the Boston-based brand with traditional features such as leather accents and wool knitwear as well as waterproof technology and practical details, the collection combines elegance and function perfectly.

The range includes everything from caps and hats to sweaters and jackets, all designed to bring timeless style on and off the mountain; to the slopes or to the chalet lounge. One anorak jacket takes inspiration from the waxed canvas garments worn by the United States 10th Mountain Division Alpinists, while other designs pay homage to ski style pioneers. Apart from their refined good looks, the outerwear items also provide plenty of comfort and warmth on the slopes with natural lambswool, waterproof materials, and protective waxed cotton fabrics. You can find the new alpine clothing range on the brand’s official website. Prices range from $40-$60 to $1,095. Photographs© Alps & Meters.

 

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