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Burton Analog x Hiroshi Fujiwara x Acronym ‘Q’ Jacket

Burton Analog x Hiroshi Fujiwara x Acronym ‘Q’ Jacket

Analog, a sub-brand of Burton Snowboards, was founded in 2001 by Burton’s Chief Creative Officer by Greg Dacyshyn and Burton Rider Jeff Anderson. Analog takes an even more Technical route with their designs and adds a more experimental element to snow gear. The Analog ‘Q’, a collaboration between Burton Snowboards and Hiroshi Fujiwara’s ‘Electric Cottage’ (now known as ‘Fragment’), is one of the most sought-after pieces of techwear. At the time, designers Errolson Hugh and Michaela Sachenbacher (ACRONYM) were operating as an independent design firm, providing brands like Burton with forward-thinking technical designs.

The main feature of this piece is the numerous chest pockets. There are 10 in total, all different sizes and shapes allowing for multiple storage options. These pockets can be concealed or revealed with the use of a flap that can be zipped closed, or tucked underneath the pocket area and held in place by a magnet system. According to an interview in Relax Magazine 2002, Fujiwara stated that the idea “originally came from a certain Anime character. The idea was taken from the way that all sorts of decorations appeared when he dramatically opened his jacket”. The Acronym team were then able to make this concept a reality. It is impossible to include all the amazing features of this jacket in one post. Little things such as the zip-closures on the side of the jacket and under the arms allow for ventilation and further hidden pockets within the side pockets allow for even more storage. The ‘breath control when shooting’ scale (on the interior) perfectly represents the stealthy militaristic design ethos of the Analog brand.

Great condition with no flaws!


Pit to pit: 24”

Shoulder to hem: 28”

Regular price £1,750.00
Regular price Sale price £1,750.00
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