The Japanese are particularly good at twisting sporty, performance garments into covetable, design-led luxe. Nanamica are strong in the game, here fusing French cotton terry and Polartec fleece into a monster fit. Part sweatshirt, part teddy bear and boasting a stupidly on-trend turtleneck; if you’ve been looking to update your cold weather stance, get on the end of this forthwith.
Raglan sleeves keep this thing drapey and seamless and you’ll find a couple of side-seam pockets on board too. But really it’s about the killer double of fleecy front and stumpy collar. Totally, it’ll keep you warm. But its practicalness is its dullest attribute. It’s not about warm, it’s all about cool.
If you grab it over here at Digital Mountain it comes in at a surprisingly reasonable £140.57. Good price for Nanamica that. You wouldn’t need much else to own winter either. Just one of these, a pair of enormous canvas trousers, a pint of mulled wine and a persistent grimace that suggests you’re not the kind of guy that normally drinks hot wine.