This Arctic-Ready Puffer Jacket Is Made From Space-Grade Fabric By NASA

British apparel company Vollebak’s latest extreme outerwear survived lab tests in a liquid nitrogen chamber unscathed.
by Richard Ng

Photo: Vollebak

With fabrics made from graphene, recycled bulletproof vests and literal trash, London-based Vollebak seems set to make good on its promise to create gear fit for the future. Today, twin brothers and founders

Steve and Nick Tidball are looking a little farther with their recently revealed Titan puffer jacket (sold with matching hat and pants). The range is named Titan, Saturn’s largest moonFa and the only other body in our solar system that’s known to have liquid bodies on its surface and a thick nitrogen-rich atmosphere.

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