Los Angeles brands face a difficult task when creating clothes for winter. Most of the country isn't going to be warm as their sunny weather, but The Hundreds winter 2013 collection is able to resonate with people on both coasts, and is inspired by mountaineering.

The collection doesn't feature heavy jackets, but black windbreakers, fleece jackets, henleys, beanies, and mostly everything is murdered-out in black. The Hundreds creates a balance between slightly warmer pieces and garments that are obviously made for sun rays, clothing that is perfect for climbing figurative mountains or the ones in your dreams.

Brand founder Bobby Hundreds described his collection as such:

“Ancient scripture once affirmed that faith as small as a mustard seed could move mountains. And with that, we embark on our Winter 2013 collection – “MOVE MOUNTAINS” – a mountaineering-inspired tribute to those courageously led by faith in following dreams and carving out realities. The Hundreds was a mere seed once, an idea planted firmly in the soil of blind passion and watered with diligence. 10 years later, we stand under the shade of this voluminous project, from two dudes to a crew of believers to a global army of followers. We never let mountains of doubt keep us from our future. With what little faith and trust in ourselves, we pushed them out of our way.”

Expect the clothes to drop in the near future at The Hundreds' website and retail stores.

[via The Hundreds]