With a natural interest in adventurous lifestyles and contemporary living since its inception, Loreak Mendian has consistently sought new ways to delight its customers. It's no surprise that they have now decided to join forces with the British lifestyle magazine Monocle to bridge the worlds of streetwear and global travelling. And they continue to demonstrate the value generated by alliances in which all agents add up and contribute with their main strengths.
This latest pairing has materialised in the Utility Jacket, a garment that satisfies the demands of functionality and practicality without giving up the design and contemporary vision that the brand has been championing for years. Resulting in a perfect combination that promises to delight all those looking for something different that also responds to their needs, the burnt orange jacket evoking warmth and comfort is designed for anyone with a bit of wanderlust. Inspired by ‘70s adventure jackets and timeless design, the garment is equipped with large pockets for securely stashing devices, a planner, and bits and bobs, and it also features an adjustable hood, interior pockets, and a two-way zipper for added convenience.
Crafted from 100% cotton waterproof canvas in vibrant orange and adorned with buttons made from Corozo, also known as vegetable ivory, the Utility Jacket caters to urban explorers. It is available for purchase on the Loreak website, the Monocle website, and Loreak Mendian's stores in San Sebastian, Bilbao, and Madrid and retailer El Corte Inglés. What will the next destination on Loreak’s exciting journey be? Stay tuned!