Thanks to BAPE x Barbour, the camouflage season is back.
In the past, we have always considered the classic Barbour jacket to be the ultimate investment item, and we insist on this.
Whether you have always maintained the OG style, used Supreme, or recently launched a two-to-one cooperation with CP Company, Barbour is the best choice for British outerwear.
The autumn and winter of 2021 marks another expansion of Barbour's cooperation lineup, allowing this traditional brand to become the highlight of streetwear together with BAPE. The series will be launched through BAPE's online store on October 16.
A Bathing Ape's year was equally brilliant, cooperating with Stadium Goods, ASICS, Dr. Martens, New Balance and Havaianas, to name a few (Yah).
BAPE and Barbour mark the first time that the two brands have developed a relationship, bringing the essence of both to the series. The collection includes necessities such as co-branded T-shirts and hats-but as you might expect, outerwear dominates.
The classic Barbour Bedale Wax jacket that recently collaborated with CP is back. In addition to Bedale, there are Rain Wax jackets-both products use BAPE's super iconic FIRST CAMO camouflage print brand new exclusive version.
Don't jump the gun, but this may be the history that BAPE is making.
The brand is paying attention to the fact that everything is better for dogs-see Extra Butter's recently released Adidas EQT, Arket's Tretorn collaboration.
BAPE x Barbour is no exception, you can choose a jacket for yourself and your furry friends.
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