Derived from the Italian name for batik dyeing—a process where multi-coloured designs are created by using wax as a resist to multiple colour over-dyeing—pieces from the capsule are made from waxed broadcloth produced by iconic Dundee-based mill Halley Stevenson’s and are trapped in the seams to create a resistance-like finish.
Spanning outerwear, bottoms and accessories, items include “Port Royal Red” and “Thyme Green” Goggle jackets—detailed with zipped pockets and a removable hood for increased practicality—as well as Tan and black field jackets and a selection of loose-fit cargo pants, complementary bucket hats and accessories.
You can cop the C.P. Company Ba-Tic collection now from the C.P. Company webstore. Get a closer look at the pieces in the shots below.