Let it snow, bastard!

by davidelp 18 November 2013

bastard snowear

Snow is almost upon us, it means it’s time to discover the new bastard snowear.

All the classic bastard snowear garments are now made of the new Twill Mechanical Stretch fabric, stretch comfort fabric with a high level of waterproofness, 20K mm, staying very breathable 20K gr/24h/sqm.

Fuji. The essential design jacket, no bells and whistles yet extremely tech. Available in Ikat and College color variants.

Venom. The venom jacket is “hood friendly” equipped and very warm due to a working well padding. Available in Fingerfade and Rio Red color variants.

Yukon. The classic bastard goose down jacket, now stylish then ever thanks to the new coloration Yukon loden.
Hubert. The street down jacket filled with real goose feather. Available in Black and Loden color variants.

The Jama jacket is the new classic: warm and strong as a snowboard jacket but cozy as a sweatshirt. Available in CollegeIkat and Black color variants.

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It’s time for snowear

by vecho 18 November 2013

Lukas Goller is a visionary hippie with a thick german accent who has dedicated a big part of his life to snowboarding and the mountains. His brain is a volcano of ideas and his bohemian attitude makes him have a sensitive and focused point of view on the most different aspects of reality.
His sober madness, in contrast with the rationality and the experience of the long time designer/skater/snowboarder Andrea Vecchi has created the the new fw11-12 snowear collection signed by bastard: an orgy of essential lines, functional designs and revolutionary ideas.

Lazy instructors

by davidelp 18 November 2013

Ermanno and Fabio, snowboard instructors for Ne.w Snowboard, chose bastard snowear and Electric goggles.

They’ve found particularly suitable for the job the Goja and Degree jackets with the Cargo pants, which resisted flawlessly to last weekend’s snow storms.

Our Friends Are Our Heroes – Lukas Goller

by andreav 18 November 2013

Lukas Flash Goller, photographed by Denis Piccolo while filming for Too Much Too Serious, spent last winter mostly in the alps; besides snowboarding he was designing and testing the new bastard snowear collection.

Among his great inventions, the closet pocket in the Goja jacket, in which you can store pretty much all you need in the mountains.

Lukas is a snowboarder, designer and visionaire. He might not have superpowers, but once you get to know him, he’ll look like a superhero to you. He already is in our eyes.