While little known in North America, Goldwin have cemented their reputation as one of the top outdoor apparel brands in Asia and Europe. This Japanese giant has 70 years of experience manufacturing ski gear and outerwear, but their design team also includes fashion industry vets like Eichiro Homma (of Nanamica and North Face Purple Label) and Shunsuke Ishikawa of Markaware. By combining technical construction with understated design, Goldwin gives you everything you need, nothing you don’t, and looks damn good doing it.

Goldwin FW23 Collection

Goldwin's expansive FW23 collection has something for everyone, all backed by some of the best tech in the biz. Lots of new outer layers will be hitting our shelves throughout the fall and winter, like the supremely cozy Pertex Quantum Down Parka, and the versatile Mid Down Jacket, accompanied by comfy, all-round pants like the Relax Straight Easy Pants and slightly dressier One Tuck Wool Pants.

Goldwin: For Mountains, Meetings, and Everything In Between

Founded in 1950 as Tsuwaza Knit Fabric Factory and rebranded as Goldwin in 1958, the brand has evolved from a family-run knitwear factory into one of the most innovative outdoor apparel companies in the world. During the 1960’s, Goldwin became popular in Japan for their ski sweaters, which often featured fair-isle patterns and bright colours. In 1987, their reputation for high-quality ski gear was solidified when the Swedish National Ski Team chose them as their official uniform supplier, a title the brand still holds today. By the end of 90’s, Goldwin was a powerhouse in the outdoor apparel world, with exclusive rights to distribute brands such as The North Face and Helly Hansen in Japan. Learn More...