A Tribe Called Quest Launches Children's Apparel Collection, Kid Quester
Get a glimpse of the upcoming range here.
ATCQ's "Kid Quester" Collection
A Tribe Called Quest is expanding into children’s apparel.
This week, the legendary hip-hop group announced the official launch of the ATCQ Kid Quester collection, which offers a range of solid streetwear staples for both boys and girls. The upcoming collection consists of joggers, tees, sweatshirts, and hoodies emblazoned with signature ATCQ graphics. We actually got our first glimpse at the line back in November, when Consequence’s son Caiden rocked the gray ATCQ Varsity hoodie during the My Beautiful Dark Twisted panel at ComplexCon 2017. You can check out the 6-year-old also sporting Kid Quester's “Black Is Black” sweatsuit below.
The kids collection aims to extend the group's legacy to “Dis Generation” at affordable price points. There are currently two pieces available on the group’s official webstore: the high gloss raining figures black hoodie and the matching joggers; both are available for $25 and $35, respectively. Sizes range from youth small to youth XL.
According to Consequence, the “Can I Kick It” sweatshirt will be available Feb. 8, while the rest of the collection is expected to drop in the upcoming weeks. ATCQ also intends to incorporate footwear into the collection down the road.
Additional product shots can be viewed below.
If you’re looking to cop some ATCQ apparel for yourself, you can visit the group’s website and browse their selection of branded merch, including several items from their Phife Dawg birthday celebration capsule.