Norse Projects Draws on the Tonalities of Spring for Latest GORE-TEX Capsule

Building on its GORE-TEX-infused Fall/Winter 2020 collection, Scandinavian outerwear aficionados Norse Projects return this season with a collection informed by the tonalities of spring and the transition from darkness to light.

Entitled “IN BLOOM”, the brand’s latest GORE-TEX capsule sees the brand rework familiar styles with new pocket constructions and a sharp focus on clean vibrancy, with “Industrial Orange”, “Dartmouth Green” and “Kit White” new for this season’s palette.

A Rokkvi Shell parka and Fyn Shell jackets arrive in three clean colorways, while the Jens GORE-TEX Infinium — an insulated shirt jacket which features front bellow pockets, an invisible front chest zip pocket, sleeve pockets, and multi-functional internal storage with elasticated stow pockets — is arguably this season’s stand-out piece.

Alvar Gore-Tex Infinium 2.0 technical pants round out the apparel, with accessories arriving in the form of GORE-TEX bucket hats and technical sports caps.

The full “IN BLOOM” Spring 21 capsule is available to buy now from the Norse Projects webstore.

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