The Hundreds made a name for itself when it launched as a West Coast streetwear brand informed by L.A. culture. Its bold graphics and iconic Adam Bomb character kept the cultural conversation going into the new millenium. While older brands like Supreme and Stussy had been holding down the crown for years, The Hundreds proved it was one of the new kids on the block with serious staying power. Thank Bobby Hundreds for that—the co-founder of the brand knows the ins and outs of streetwear and you know what they say: knowledge is power.
Ten years later, and The Hundreds is as huge as ever. So what better time to take a close look at their history? From collaborations that never came to pass, uber-limited gear, and other random trivia, here are 50 Things You Didn't Know About The Hundreds.