During September and the first weeks of October, things are usually pretty chill. For that easy part of the season, our collection’s previous entries will have you covered. The quilted and lightweight Nata Jacket has a relaxed fit and a highly curved hem to accentuate the look. And if it’s looking like rain, the Rey Jacket is a good option for layering up: the all-year-round shell jacket has a 7000 mm water column to keep you dry in the drizzle. And when it really starts pouring, layer up with the Isla Coat. The relaxed-fitting coat boasts a 15000 mm water column and critically taped seams to hold back the October rain.
On to the heavier stuff. Aimed more for the late fall (and early winter), the Etta Parka is a short and relaxed parka for everyday wear. Wear it casually open or take shelter in its substantial hood. If it’s lightweight warmth you’re seeking, then the Aura Coat will do the job. The quilted mid-length coat’s relaxed fit allows for layering up while the hood will keep you warm when the wind starts blowing. Also, make sure to check out the Aura Vest, which, as you probably can guess, is a vest version of the Aura Coat. And when the fall starts turning into a full-blown winter, it’s time to take out the Vieno Coat. Designed for winter use, the longer Vieno coat features a relaxed A-line fit and weather-enduring properties, like the 7000 mm water column, water-repellant treatment, and a large snorkel hood.