Established at Monestier de Clermont (how the brand got its name), a village in the Alps, MONCLER became a favorite with mountaineers and pro-skiers for its reliability, a reputation its outerwear still enjoy today.
The label released a set of quilted down jacket, working in conjunction with SHIPS JET BLUE, a division of Japanese retailer SHIPS. The Cameroun (or Cameroon) jacket is based on a jacket first released during 1970s, with some minor alterations to make it more suitable for today’s urban environment. Available as bi-color patterns in 3 different colorways. Of course, each include “how to care for” instructions in comic strip format.
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