FGF INDUSTRY PRESENTS B. TACTICAL , ITS NEW LINE OF URBAN UNIFORMS
FGF Industry’s new line draws inspiration from military heritage and U.S. Army uniforms.
Called B. Tactical, it reinterprets the uniform concept for spring/summer.
The source is American military apparel par excellence, for which the company’s President, Enzo Fusco, has always had a great passion.
Parkas, anoraks and bomber jackets have been revamped with technical details, giving them a more “urban” look through volumes and finishing touches, while still staying true to their roots.
Materials used for outerwear are crinkle nylon, which reproduces an original military fabric, and brushed nylon with a cotton touch, also a reproduction of the original fabric used for the Fishtail Parka employed by the U.S. Army for the first time in the Korean War in 1951.
In order to create a total look, the line also includes light down jackets in microfibre combined with other fabrics from the collection, sweatshirts featuring nylon details, military-inspired stretch cotton pants and t-shirts with a technical look.
The B. Tactical collection comprises 24 pieces all strictly natural white, army green and black.