Stone Island Watro Ripstop Jacket ‘Navy’


£725.00 £505.00

The ‘Watro Ripstop Jacket’ from the Italian menswear label Stone Island is a must-have item in your collection. The distinctive navy metallic blue design is made from the brand’s most versatile fabrics. The crinkle appearance on the outside has been treated to provide mild protection against water and wind. The jacket is generously down-filled and equipped with a split kangaroo pocket, an adjustable drawstring hood and a two-way zip closure to the front. Styled off with the label’s signature compass logo at the chest. Military green version is available at END. (£505).

  • 100% Nylon
  • Drawstring Hood
  • Split Kangaroo Pocket
  • Ribbed Opaque Nylon Cuffs
  • Down Fill, 2-Way Zip Closure


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[ Research, experimentation, function and use. ]

A devotion for extensive research, continual experimentation, function and use have been at the forefront of the Italian menswear label Stone Island‘s design philosophy since its inception in 1982. Established Massimo Osti as a diffusion line of his main label — C.P. CompanyStone Island‘s story started almost by accident, with a study of special two-tone materials, so rigid and dense that they were washed extensively with pumice stones to tame their structure. The result was surprising — a garment that seemed worn-in and completely fascinating.

Stone Island is now helmed by creative director Carlo Rivetti — who took over the whole estate in 1993 — offering a range of highly-technical apparel, footwear and accessories that reference, and speak to a range of ’80s and ’90s sub-cultures. By using advanced technology and human capacity, Stone Island has become renowned for its visually striking and military-inspired designs, the use of rare and premium materials, the unique work on the finished garment via continuous experimentation with dyes and treatments, and its practical and functional products.

The Italian brand’s garments are instantly recognisable, thanks to their signature compass patch — positioned on the upper left arm sleeve — a symbol held on by two buttons that references love for the sea and an aim for constant research.