Although famous for its many brands of sportswear, the Moncler name is above all known for its jackets. They range from men's wear to women's jackets, from down vests to fashionable skiing jackets. Theirs was the first jacket to be filled with down; a highly popular step in the evolution of sportswear due to the lack of bulk generated by a down-filled jacket. The styles of the Moncler jacket had become so popular since its inception in 1952 that the company was asked to design the uniform for the French winter Olympic team during the games in Grenoble in 1968.
The Moncler Fall/Winter 2010-2011 campaign by Bruce Weber has released this time giving the collection an American country mens vibe with Moncler jacket,cowboy hats, saloon and ranch settings and of course, horses. With this introduction on the world stage, it was only a matter of time before Moncler's downjackets entered world fashion, especially Italy, in the 1980's. Down jackets are frequently correlated with the rich and famous and are often seen enhancing some of the most prestigious ski slopes of the well to do.
The collection is filled with chic outwear and accessories to keep you looking fantastic on the slopes and in the ski lodge, while at the same time contains a collection of parkas and bomber jackets that look terrific worn during daily life. The materials are combined in such a way in order to obtain softness, durability and water repellency, making these Mens Moncler Down Jackets suitable for winter or days of inclement weather. Many customers return again and again, completely satisfied with the high quality of the product.
Out of the many ranges and different styles it is upto to you to select and choose the style which suits you perfectly giving you the sense of comfort along with the feel of style. It all comes down to how you feel when you wear it. Make a wise decision now. Pick one of the best Moncler jackets from a nearby fashion store at a price which gives you an appeal you cannot look to get in other brands.
Moncler products have progressed beyond simply sportswear to high-fashion items. At Milan's Fashion Week this year, designer Thom Browne introduced his Gamme Bleu collection for Moncler, hugely boosting the company's profile. He took theTour de France and the Giro d'Italia as inspiration. Rather than relying on Moncler's standard down jacket or polyester and cotton filling, he made use of competitive cycling items such as zipped racing tops and shorts, and inserting gusseting to ease body movement in his tailoring. The result was a departure from Moncler's extreme-sports tradition - an intelligent update.
See Moncler Fall/Winter 2010-11 collection campaign images by Bruce Weber below.