Adsum Launches Layers for AW22

Perennial Proper favourite Adsum recently launched a legion of layers to suitably equip you for most autumnal occasions.

While their big jacket energy has always been strong, they’ve elected to employ a more edited approach the the drop in temperature. Their North East U.S location gets similar weather to us, but more extreme and a short while before us. It should be no surprise then that they’re clothing signifies a warning shot at the weather ahead of the serious drop in temperature over here.

Comfort is key for this drop, with wool and other cosy garments featuring heavily. Perhaps the standout piece is a Zip Front Cardigan, made from a newly sourced three gauge 20% Alpaca, 50% recycled extrafine Merino and 30% recycled nylon yarn. Their popular cable knit beanie also returns this year, this time in a small loop bouclé made from two strands of yarn being “plied” together. It’s this understated attention to detail that helps Adsum into our hearts and in the case of this beanie, onto our heads.

The big guns come out in the shape of their Lowland Vest, an overstuffed down style
with a larger profile in comparison to their original Alpine Vest and all the detailed consideration you want in something you’re gonna wear all winter.

As ever, there’s a reliability about Adsum’s range. You can rely on it doing its job and you can rely on it making you look effortlessly cool. Or indeed warm.

Also, there’s a balaclava.

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Mark Smith

I had pizza for tea.

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