Tenkara Parka in Black
South2 West8 River Trek Over Vest in Horn Camo
A black hybrid jacket made of a water-resistant cotton blend has removable sleeves and hood, allowing the jacket to be converted depending on the conditions. Seven velcro pockets on the front side of the jacket along with two additional zippered pockets, and a holster for a fishing rod. The back has a backpack-style pocket with a zipper closure and mesh sides for ventilation.
Zef is 5'11 (180cm) weighs 170lbs (77kg) and is wearing a size M.
Kaname Nagoaka founded South2 West8 in Sapporo, Japan in 2002 releasing his first collection of fly-fishing gear in 2003. Largely based on the Japanese sport of “Tenkara-tsuri,” roughly translating to “from heaven,” Tenkara sport fishing was developed in the mountainous regions of Hokkaido. Garment patterns and colours are often borrowed from nature, with technical materials designed to resist cold, wet and often challenging conditions. With guidance from Nepenthes founders, Keizo Shimizu and Daiki Suzuki, South2 West8 has been able to maintain an aesthetic consistent with its brother brands while still staying true to their original intention of crafting gear for people moving between urban and natural environments.View Collection