Mission Workshop’s New Denim Collection

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Taking denim to new levels of performance.

Mission Workshop’s new collection provides a glimpse into the future of denim. The San Francisco-based brand proves, yet again, that good design and modern technology are a great match. Part of the Advanced Projects® project, the Mission Workshop pants and denim jacket bring together expert craftsmanship, modern design, and state-of-the-art technology, all without making any compromises. “We take great pride in designing and producing denim products that are both comfortable and structured, and our new collection strikes this balance beautifully,” said Bart Kyzar, Co-Founder of Mission Workshop.

The denim range features The Stack jacket and The Mission Jean. The former provides a modern take on the classic American denim jacket while bringing the concept into the future. It boasts a minimalist aesthetic as well as a high-performance fabric. The 4-way stretch denim woven by Schoeller® in Switzerland is not only comfortable to wear and breathable, but it also has a water and abrasion-resistant surface. The Mission Workshop pants also impress with their style and performance. Made with a specially developed Italian textile, the jean has a 4-way stretch but maintains its shape. At the same time, the fabric is water-repellent and extra-durable. Available now on the brand’s website, the jean has a price tag of $285, while the jacket costs $485. Of course, both designs come with the brand’s popular lifetime guarantee.

 

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