Fashion 7 months ago Share Tweet Pin Share Scandinavian menswear label Norse Projects is incorporating the highly-functional GORE-TEX® membrane into its latest releases to better prepare its fans for the upcoming cold. A continuation of their partnership, the Autumn 2018 collection is geared to include three styles that utilize the technical fabric but in an eco-friendly manner. The respective silhouettes involved with be a long-coat collared Thor GORE-TEX®, a hooded Rokkvi 4.0 GORE-TEX® as well as a blouson-style FYN Down GORE-TEX® in varieties of Sitka Green, black and dark navy; the Thor also arrives in a Burnt Sienna edition. The garments will be PFCs of Environmental Concern-free (or PFCEC-free for short) and feature fully taped seams to keep wind and water out at all costs as well as a Paclite carbon-coated backer. Bonus: Want to stay up to date on our latest Rare Norm news ? Norse Projects adds that the collaboration is meant to “offer a modern design in a garment that is versatile and covers both functional and social needs.” Shop the collection now over at the Norse Projects online store ranging from $850-1050 USD. Further, read up on Six Stories of GORE-TEX® to learn more of the heralded fabric through the eyes of its adoptees.