Oscar Jacobson has revealed its Autumn/Winter 2016 range, blending Scandinavian style and performance-enhancing fabrics.
The new collection is available in two colour themes – Resort and Club.
OJ Sport has new navy/burgundy combos for the Resort range, while the Club sees a contrast of orange, and a blue called Poseidon.
For full weather protection, Hartmann uses a two-layer construction, while Boris has three lightweight layers. Both are full-zip jackets with four-way stretch fabrics and articulated sleeves.
Stark is half-zip three-layer jacket with zip-off sleeves for maximum adaptability.
Marco and Marco Tour joins the wind and shower-proof line, and is a winter-weight soft-shell jacket, with a brushed fleece liner.
Clemens joins Mulligan and the sleeveless Marcel in the Primaloft line-up.
New pullovers and sweaters include Nario, a half- zip top with a windproof dropliner, Norris, a stretch fleece sweater with elasticated waist and sleeve hems, and Theo, a jersey double-knit full-zip cardigan tailored from a 50/50 cotton/polyester mix.
Wyatt is a classic Cashwool 100% extrafine Merino wool V-neck sweater in seven colours, while Nero is a 50% extrafine Merino wool V-neck with fashion detail on sleeve and collar.
Those looking to make a bold statement will be drawn towards Niels and Nevan, both woven from a 50% extrafine Merino, 50% Polyacrylic mix. Niels is a tri-colour crew neck with a bold horizontal stripe, Nevan a half-zip windroof lined sweater in a striking Argyle pattern.
Rick and Jordi are the new shirts, joining Collin and Hubert. Rick is a classic cotton-rich short-sleeved polo featuring a ribbed collar, with a hint of elastane in the mix to add an element of stretch to the pique-knit fabric.
Jordi is a 100% polyester long-sleeved shirt with eye-catching cut-and-sewn panels on the chest.
New base layer, Birk, tailored from a Meryl jersey fabric, joins the Ron Thermal and Rock Thermal as an additional base layer option in OJ Sport’s Weather Protection System (WPS), the finest layering concept on the market.
Head to Oscar Jacobson’s website for more information.