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Stone Island Ice Knit_Thermo Sensitive Yarn

The latest edition to one of Stone Island’s many flagship research experiments – the first ever “Ice Knit”, featuring the company’s unique Thermo-sensitive technology in its inaugural knit execution. The piece is constructed in double knit; the outer layer is a transparent artificial yarn which reacts to cold temperatures by becoming opaque with a colourizing effect, with the inner wool knit forming the base colour visible at room temperature. Created in three colours: yellow/orange, emerald/military green, and ivory/anthracite; Stone Island has made the yellow/orange colourway an exclusive to their smartphone App during the period of Sept 11 – Sept 13, while the ivory/anthracite is available now through HAVEN.

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