Situated in the Mid-Atlantic ridge on top of two tectonic plates that have 30 active volcanic systems is the island we call home, Iceland. Late in August 2014, lava and gas started pouring to the surface as a volcanic eruption emerged in the Holuhraun lava field north of the Vatnajökull glacier. The eruption produced a lava field of more than 85 square kilometres, the largest in Iceland since 1783.
The Inked Lava Jacket is a project made to capture the amazing scenery of the Holuhraun eruption.
The jacket features a red spray pattern on a black shell to express the bursting lava fountains. It is then finished with detailed front pockets and brushed silver-toned hardware.
This is not the first time our designs have drawn inspiration from the Icelandic nature and landscape. Earlier this year, we released the Inked Parka Jacket, influenced by the white and black surroundings of the Brúarfoss waterfall in the winter, along with Inked Long Sleeve.