For Stone Island, innovative fabric treatments and utility are paramount, both of which are shown with this pullover smock. Its construction is borrowed heavily from military garb with zipped side seams, drawstring pulls and a peaked hood, only its look is a far cry from your usual utilitarian pieces. A laser printing technique is used to erode its garment dyed surface, resulting in an all-over, grid-like Ghillie Camo pattern. A compass patch features front and centre for an archive-inspired finish, too.
This product has undergone a garment dyeing process. Any uneven colour of the surface is a distinctive feature of the wash.