One is a bastion of Japanese streetwear and sneaker culture, the other a famed American outerwear company, but atmos and Columbia boast a long and strong collaborative relationship. The latest result of their partnership? A special collection centered around atmos’ original bandanna print.
The collection’s key pieces are its two lightweight Powder Keg jackets. One style features a patchwork-like assemblage of multi-colored bandanna prints that include purple, red, green, yellow and two shades of blue — powder and royal — while the other serves a more simple mixture of black, white and gray. Matching shorts have been produced to accompany each of these jackets.
Apart from the jackets and shorts, there’s also a duo of special T-shirts that boast Medicom Toy and atmos’ latest bandanna-printed BE@RBRICK collaboration on the rear plus co-branded atmos/Columbia details on the front. These tees are available in black with multicolor graphics or white with black embellishments.
Jackets are priced at ¥18,000 JPY (approximately $166 USD), shorts at ¥8,900 JPY (approximately $89 USD), and tees at ¥4,500 (approximately $42 USD). The entire collection will be available via the atmos webstore come March 12.
Looking for more collaborative gear to rock this spring? Check out Lacoste and Bruno Mars’ “Ricky Regal” collection, inspired by ’70s leisurewear and Mars’ “designer” pseudonym.