The Antigua Group, Inc. has introduced its Antigua Windshirts for 2016.
“Antigua’s expanded its windshirt category for the Spring ’16 collection,” said Sean Gregg, vice president of product development and marketing support.
“We’ve developed styles that appeal to various needs and demographics, alike. Interlock knits lined with a brushed tricot mesh knit are bonded together with a water-resistant membrane, for comfort and wind protection.”
Element Vest takes the irregular heather knit pattern from self-collar polo style Element, and is the surface fabric making up the three-layer bonded vest.
It’s contrasted simply by a solid inset at the top shoulder to add a stylish and functional added layer of warmth.
Coup is an update to the short-sleeved windshirt.
Using multiple colourrs of fabric, zipper pocket and placket trim, the quarter-zip, short-sleeved, pullover windshirt has been established as an every season wind wear staple.
As the trend dictates that short sleeves no longer encroach on the wearer’s elbow, Coup accommodates the trend by allowing freer mobility.
Paragon is an addition to previous pieces in Antigua’s windwear lineup. This virtual shell styling utilizes the multi-layer fabric developed for Element Vest and Coup and is interpreted as a raglan sleeved quarter-zip, color-blocked windshirt.
Updated detailing comes in the form of color blocking, as the sleeves share the twisted neutral heathers seen throughout the collection and is offset by the primary colours that represent the garment’s body.