HUF is building upon its garnered momentum this month by delivering a second batch of products that includes a cruiser bike and apparel made in partnership with BMX imprint Cult Crew. This collaboration arrives shortly after the Los Angeles-based manufacturer released a clothing project designed with imagery from Quentin Tarantino’s popular Kill Bill franchise.
The standout item of the range certainly is the two-wheeled vehicle whose 26” frame is given a HUF-green paint job and stylized with Plantlife™ graphic details across the tires and stark black leather seat. Accompanying the bicycle are three apparel items for you to add to your holiday rotation. HUF stans can select from two t-shirts either long-sleeve or short-sleeve, the former sporting a chain chest graphic and “Down Hill From Here” lettering down the right sleeve as a nod to retro BMX/Motocross jerseys, while the latter places co-branded hits located on the left chest and down the spine. Additionally, cozy socks are also tossed into the mix; the pair alternating between all-over Plantlife™ patterns and Cult branding present in all-over fashion.
The limited-edition capsule releases on December 10, exclusively via HUF flagships, its online store and and Cult Crew’s web shop.
Elsewhere in the business of fashion, the Song For The Mute SS21 Collection has been unveiled.
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