Print Media is Dying, So National Geographic Released Their Own Tech-wear

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The print industry has been around for a long time but it’s certainly moving out of the market now as it is taken over by digital media. While many famous magazines have moved to online platforms and I might add – are doing well, National Geography decided to be a bit more adventurous as they recently dropped their first complete tech-wear line, almost entirely designed with conscious craft in mind.

Definitely for the urban lifestyle – whether indoor or outdoor, check out the collection of men’s jackets, T-shirts, hoodies and knits featuring the iconic National Geographic style…

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Unlike Nat Geo’s one-off releases in the past, this collection is far more technologically savvy, style-conscious and environmentally-friendly – boasting packable shapes, trim cuts and recycled textiles. The garments provide protection, visibility and comfort thanks to intelligent features such as the FlowMotion technology, the CI Cutline and reflectors.

The functional materials are breathable, water-repellent, and windproof. Essential for your next travelling adventure. The line includes staple garments like polo shirts and mountain parkas, seasonal essentials like the hooded field jacket, Pack Tech jacket, Re-Developed jacket and accessories.

Would you cop these? Check out some of the garments for the upcoming Nat Geo’s Urban Tech Capsule Collection below:

You can expect the new National Geographic collection to hit Corem’s site in the coming weeks. 

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