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Stone Island Hand Corrosion On Raso

Stone Island’s famous fabric, Raso, is given the ‘Hand Corrosion’ treatment with this latest Field Jacket.

If you know anything about the Italian sportswear brand, Stone Island, you will know about Raso Gommato. When the brand made its second wave of dominance in the mid noughties, Raso Gommato for some reason got known as being an actual type of jacket, although it never was. Marketplaces likes ebay were probably to blame however Raso Gommato is simply a military grade cotton satin fabric. The material known for its waterproof characteristics has featured on its fair share of stand out Stone Island pieces such as the Hand Painted Tortoise Shell Jacket as well as the Metal Cover Reversible Jacket from 2015.

Stone Island Hand Corrosion on Raso

Utilising the Raso material into their Hand Corrosion concept, the Stone Island Hand Corrosion on Raso takes their innovative fabric to a new level and aesthetic. The jacket takes on the classic military inspired field jacket which is garment dyed and then hand faded with a corrosive paste. Each piece is then washed with an anti-drip agent creating a unique dye affect making each garment individual. The jacket is available in assortment of different ‘Corrosion’ colourways including red, yellow and grey.

The Stone Island Hand Corrosion on Raso is available now from Slam Jam Socialism.

Stone Island Hand Corrosion on Raso

Stone Island Hand Corrosion on Raso

Stone Island Hand Corrosion on Raso

Stone Island Hand Corrosion on Raso

Stone Island Hand Corrosion on Raso

Stone Island Hand Corrosion on Raso

Stone Island Hand Corrosion on Raso

Stone Island Hand Corrosion on Raso

Stone Island Hand Corrosion on Raso

Stone Island Hand Corrosion on Raso

Stone Island Hand Corrosion on Raso

Stone Island Hand Corrosion on Raso

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Luke Taylor
Luke Taylor

Luke has lived and breathed the associated lifestyles & subcultures of RC for the last 20 years, as well as gaining a vast knowledge and a wealth of experience in the industry since 2006. His passion is really the techwear side of the spectrum, with brands like Stone Island & Acronym being among some of his personal favorites. Set up in 2013, his industry background & knowledge has seen RC go from strength to strength to become the digital magazine, platform & authority it is today.

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