BAPE Releases New Era Collaborative Snapback and BDU Pant, Ensures Camo Print Never Dies

BAPE Releases New Era Collaborative Snapback and BDU Pant, Ensures Camo Print Never DiesImage via BAPE

Logos are a surefire way to connect an image with a brand - guarantee you won't be able to look at a red target, an orange shell, or a green mermaid without thinking of Target, Shell or Starbucks. But there's also a subtle art to ascribing a certain print to a label - not the way Louis Vuitton took an LV pattern and made it their own, no, not that obvious. BAPE has coined and trademarked that art, with its distinctive camouflage - a wavy, brown, green and tan (and sometimes blue and pink and orange) cartoonish print that looks like droplets of ink leaking from a fountain pen. And true to form, the Tokyo-based brand has released a pair of 1st Camo BDU pants, along with its New Era collab effort bearing the iconic pattern.

The 100% cotton pants feature six pockets, and panels you can only really see up close along the thigh. The New Era x Bape cap is a snapback with all-over camo and both the companies' logos on the front and side. Cop the pants for $350 and the hat for $89 on the BAPE website. 

 

[via BAPE]

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