It’s the time of year the southwest winds bring rain to the Northwest. Our damp season demands versatile all-weather outerwear, and at Momo, we’ve found the perfect solutions, beginning with: Baro Drywear. Based in Vancouver, BC, their focus is technical jackets styled for the street — taped seams, breathable fabric, moisture-wicking lining and of course, waterproof.
|Military-inspired “Brockton” features a fishtail back and adjustable hood.|
|In loden green or black, the Brockton offers room for layering|
while maintaining trim profile.
|The tailored “Dean” jacket has street smart styling |
and the same waterproof technical construction.
Many know Gramicci as a pioneering rock-climbing clothier. This season, the company collaborated with Japanese designers to produce Gramicci JP. The result? A good-looking work jacket where outdoor utility meets practical urban style ... at work, in the studio, or out-and-about.