The Rainforest anorak is one of Napapijri’s most recognisable styles, initially developed following the success of theSkidoojacket.
With its unique pullover style, the Rainforest blends fashion and functionality, enabling the wearer to cross boundaries between outdoor and city.
Praised and loved by our younger group of consumers for its relaxed aesthetic with statement front chest pocket and oversized logo, the Rainforest is available in a dynamic array of vivid seasonal colours and all-over prints. The Rainforest Jacket is joined in the FW17 collection by five new interpretations that take inspiration from the original design:
• The Ski Rainforest
Inspired by Napapijri’s first home, Mont Blanc, and reinterpreted as a true ski jacket, this anorak is a tribute to the brand’s origins. With a detachable quilted inner jacket,the Rainforest Ski has a sleek urban athletic appealthanks to reflector details and hidden headphone pockets.
• Rainforest Soft Shell
This hybrid jacket is designed for layering and combines performance with a contemporary aesthetic. Its smooth texture, tape details and clean silhouette exudes urban-sport vibes.
• The 30th Anniversary Rainforest
This limited edition reversible Rainforest jacket celebrates three decades of city and nature coming together in unexpected ways. The vibrant outer, chest pocket and oversized logo with a cotton pinstripe reversible side brings a heritage feel to the jacket.
• The Rainforest Camouflage
Embracing this season’s biggest trend, the all-over print camouflage heightens the urban appealand streetwear aesthetic of FW17. The Rainforest Camouflage is exclusively available at napapijri.com and selected branded stores.
• The Rainforest Pocket
The Rainforest Pocket has been reinterpreted in an array of colours with two zipped pockets for improved comfort. A wardrobe staple, theRainforest jacket naturally exudes streetwear appeal with a technical sensibility and sits comfortably within the ubiquitous athleisure trend which has taken over high fashion catwalks and city streets.