A collaboration between Mountain Smith, who knows the feelings of campers, and GRIP SWANY, an outdoor work glove.
FP blanket using GRIP SWANY's original fabric flame retardant fabric fire shield.
Because it is a blanket of the material which is hard to burn, it is safe for the fire powder at the time of the bonfire and cooking.
It has a bonfire blanket buckle that can be wrapped around the waist and worn like an apron or skirt.
Sometimes it's very convenient to stand in the toilet in the middle of a bonfire or get a beer!
Because it is a size that can cover up to the foot, it is very active in the camp in the middle of winter!
This time, grip SWAPY, MOUNTAIN SMITH, SATOSHI YAMANE special project, it will be a triple name.
If you are interested in a small amount of stock in limited quantities, please do it as soon as possible.
OUTER：COTTON 100% / FIRE SHIELD
Size: 100 cm x 120Cm
MADE IN CHINA
What is GRIP SWANY?
It all started in 1848 when he made buffalo leather gloves for miners looking for a thousand golds in the Gold Rush.
Grip SWANY gloves unique yellow is called swanny yellow.
At that time, it is said that the idea of dyeing it yellow was born so that it is easy to find when the glove is dropped because there are few lights.
Gripswany yellow color gloves, which can be said to be the prototype of work gloves, are loved by outdoor enthusiasts all over the world.
A high-quality, authentic gripswany that has endured years of wave wind, GRIPSWANY is a masterpiece of authentic gloves born in the United States and raised in the United States.
Today, he also has a number of camping wear that accompanies his gloves.
What is MOUNTAIN SMITH?
It was founded by Patrick Smith in 1979.
Patrick Smith loves the outdoors with all his heart and still camps at least 100 days a year.
MOUNTAIN SMITH has been committed to developing the best packs and bags to enhance our active outdoor life.
During this time, MOUNTAIN SMITH won numerous awards, including the Outside Magazine Of the Year award for the Mountainlight series and the Backpacker Magazine Editors' Choice Awards for a number of packs.
MOUNTAIN SMITH's history of innovation continues today.
MOUNTAIN SMITH, which has led the outdoor bag market, has developed a new apparel line under the direction of F/CE designer Toshifumi Yamane, who won the TOKYO FASHION AWARD.
The functional design of the bag cultivated in professional use is finished in an attractive item that is put into apparel.
The brand logo is the old logo that MOUNTAIN SMITH used when it was founded.