Lifetime x Far West Authentic Anorak Collaboration

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Old school shred Marc Morriset sporting the new collab

Lifetime, a Vancouver based clothing company started by Trevor Flemming and Reid Stewart, established themselves in 2002 as a do-it-yourself basement t-shirt operation. Since then they have expanded into international territory to offer a lifestyle brand that brings their creative collections to the forefront of their clothing design. Inspired by the people around them, the places they go and the surrounding environment, Lifetime strives to make some change in this crazy world of ours all while looking good.

Coming this November (2011), Lifetime will release their reworked authentic Canadian Far West Anorak jacket. Made from Drizone, a durable mid-weight fabric that is laminated and rated at 15,000mm (waterproofing). All exposed seams have been heat taped and fully sealed to ensure dryness. The jacket is fully mesh lined and offers YKK waterproof zippers as well as collaborative trims and logo embroidery.

Available in two colorways, Lava/Navy Combo and Black on Black, the Anorak has been slightly updated but features all the great elements that Lifetime co-founder Trevor Fleming fell in love with years ago.

MSRP: $249.99 at select retailers November 2011

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