A sweater that’s the perfect combination of cozy and breathable. A pullover made for layering—but that works just as well on its own. Cardigans, hoodies and sweaters that are as soft-to-the-touch as they are versatile, season after season.
This is knitwear that adapts with you—for life beyond boundaries.
All our knitwear—including our signature HyBridge® styles, which integrate down and Merino wool—are meticulously made by best-in-class craftspeople. Our knitwear is fully fashioned, constructed top-to-bottom as a single garment for a better fit and quality.
Warmth where you need it and breathability where you need to keep cool. That’s Thermal Mapping in a nutshell. On our HyBridge styles that means wind blocking nylon that protects the core and insulating down panels to trap heat to the body. Across our knitwear, a more breathable open knit is used in areas that tend to overheat – like underarms, and the back of the neck.
Merino wool is a natural performance fibre that inherently adapts to broad temperature fluctuations. That means it keeps you cool when it’s warm and warm when it’s cool. A single Merino fibre can absorb up to 30% of its own weight in water before that moisture is felt on the body. It also actively manages moisture by absorbing it from the skin and then desorbing into the atmosphere, leaving you feeling dry and comfortable even during active wear.
This thoughtful construction reinforces abrasion prone areas—think elbows and shoulder areas where you carry your backpack strap—with durable fabrics and yarns for sweaters that last season after season.
When we live bravely, we find greatness in ourselves and others.
For outdoor artist Alice Pasquini, that means championing the contributions of women in a field dominated by men. “We had no feminine point of view in the graffiti world,” says Alice. “What I wanted to bring to the street was a kind of poetic, less bold line using a spray can to draw real women. Signing with my real name was a crazy idea, but I really wanted to show other girls that it was a woman [making this art].”