Old School

19. 12. 2019

Tracksuit bottoms in general were huge in the 1980s, but the really sought-after models had stitched pleats.

Tracksuit bottoms in general were huge in the 1980s, but the really sought-after models had stitched pleats.

We’ve always had a bit of a soft spot for retro styles, so we found it only fitting to take a design classic from the past century and combine it with highly technical and yet unquestionably modern and functional materials. When we decided to bring this style not just to streetwear pieces, but also to the cross-country line, it kicked off a very exciting development process: Optimise the cut so the pants can be used for skate skiing as well as for the traditional cross-country skiing.









The result was the VicosopranoM. softshell cross- country ski pant. The designers of the women’s collection also wanted to sport the “tracksuit bottoms” style out on the trails, so they designed their own interpretation: The LadinaM., which also features a softshell material, but differs in that it leaves out the stitched pleat and instead has an elastic cuff on the leg as proper tracksuit pants should have.









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