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For Fall Collection, a California Surf Brand Looks to South America

Kelly Slater and John Moore’s latest collection would feel right at home in Peru’s chilly mountainous climate.

Since its launch 2015, Outerknown, the California clothing brand founded by John Moore and Kelly Slater, has excelled at making surf-inspired clothing with an emphasis on sustainable manufacturing. While the coastal vibes stay strong in the brand’s recently debuted fall collection, new releases are rooted in the colorful, cozy aesthetic of Peru — think patterned hoodies, bright flannels and pants inspired by South American outdoor gear. While the collection would look right at home in the country’s chilly mountainous climate, it’s just as easily the type of thing you’d wear on an early morning stroll through SoCal or Montauk. Check out five standouts from the new collection.

Transitional Flannel

Material(s): Organic cotton flannel, recycled nylon
Features: Chest Pocket, mother-of-pearl buttons

Buy Now: $125

Montana Pant

Material(s): Organic cotton
Features: Water repellent, button-flap back patch pockets

Buy Now: $165

Quilted Evolution Shirt

Material(s): Recycled nylon, recycled polyester
Features: Reversible, chest and side-seam pockets

Buy Now: $165

Layover Crew

Material(s): 60% baby alpaca, 40% organic cotton
Features: Rib detailing on trim, textured striping from horizontal “perle” stitching

Buy Now: $285

Hunter Coat

Material(s): Organic cotton, recycled polyester
Features: Sherpa lining, 2-way zipper

Buy Now: $295

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