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This season we have two of the finest pieces of outerwear that the Tilak main label has to offer. First is the Odin Jacket, Tilak’s signature military-inspired anorak constructed from durable, water resistant Ventile fabric. On the more technical side is the Stinger Pro Jacket, a lightweight GORE-TEX PRO shell designed for extreme climbing, but you can wear it anywhere you want. We also have four urban-oriented pieces from the Errolson Hugh designed Poutnik label: the Blade Jacket, Pygmy Vest, and the futuristic Shield Coat and Thomas Coat. As per usual, each piece is manufactured from start to finish in Tilak’s factory in the Czech Republic.
Before washing a GORE-TEX jacket, zip up all zippers and fasten all loose straps and flaps. Machine wash individually in warm water with a mild or technical detergent (e.g. Nikwax or Grangers). Rinse twice to remove soap residue. Tumble dry on warm. If you want to restore the water-repellency of the outer fabric, apply a DWR coating after washing while the garment is still wet, then tumble dry on warm. For Ventile garments, machine wash individually on a warm gentle cycle with liquid detergent, then hang to dry. Iron on warm to reactivate the DWR treatment. All other Tilak and Poutnik pieces can be machine washed in cold water and hung to dry.
For most of Tilak’s history, its bread and butter has been functional, supremely built clothing for outdoor activity, but it’s also gained attention in fashion circles for its stylish designs. Taking inspiration from the hiking gear of yore, much of Tilak’s clothing features bright colorways and old-school colour blocking...Read more