18/11/2013 | by Peter Warwick Brown | 3 comments
Analog’s Commodore jacket (left) has a steezy parka-style look to it with a super warm down and polyester fill. The Tactical pants are not too oversized, so you won’t end up repping the teenage park rat look. Being a British mag, we’re not going to let the Shoreditch jacket (right) go without a mention. It seems even the Americans have cottoned on to the East London’s hipster capital by naming this rad pin-striped number after it.
Commodore Jacket – £270
Tactical Pant – £230
Shoreditch Jacket - £160
Remer Pant – £140
ABOUT ANALOG SNOWBOARDING
Analog is part of the Burton family of brands, but its outerwear is markedly different to the stuff produced by its parent company. Aimed at younger freestyle and rail riders, Analog gear always has a street aesthetic. It tends to be more forward thinking fashion-wise than Burton outerwear too. Analog was one of the first brands to adopt the understated colour schemes (the beige and grey combo here is a great example) that seem to be everywhere these days. This forward looking, streetwear vibe comes in part from the fact that until recently the brand also produced skate clothes. But while Analog’s stuff may be steezy it’s also generally pretty tech – Mikkel Bang still rocks this gear on BC powder missions.