Stone Island is not known for its flash and gimmickry. Stone Island deals in casual wear staple pieces. So how are Stone Island pieces always so recognizable? Their reputation lies in their ability to do these garments in a way that nobody else is. This is why technology and functionality are as much a part of the Stone Island ethos as impeccable style is.
DAVID LIGHT-TC WITH MICROPILE: Hooded jacket in a lightweight tela, made with Japanese star-shaped cross-section polyester/polyamide yarns, finished with a polyester micro-pile lining and a layer of polyester padding. The piece is assembled and then dyed under pressure at 130°C. During the garment dyeing process, the heat radically transforms the texture and structure of the David Light outer face. The resulting garment combines an industrial appearance with a unique feel.
Hood with overstitched padded band with both contour and side-to-side horizontal drawstrings. Patch hand pockets with flap and button fastenings. Two diagonal chest pockets with zipper fastenings and an additional patch pocket on the left side, featuring a standing triangular flap fastened by a snap. Straps at cuffs with adjustable snap fastenings. Two-way zipper fastening.