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Norse Projects uses Loro Piana's technical fabrics for their Waterproof Wool collection

The jackets are made from 100% New Zealand wool.
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Norse Projects Waterproof Wool

For Fall/Winter' 18, Norse Projects has enlisted the help of Loro Piana to add a technical yet luxurious update to its outerwear pieces. The jackets utilize Loro Piana's Storm System Waterproof Wool. The 100% New Zealand wool is woven in Italy and features a lightweight microporous membrane and DWR coating to help shield you from wet weather conditions. It's also lined with American Goose Down insulation with 90/10 fill power to add a solid layer of warmth for those crispier days.

From $1,250,

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