Play Cloths

Caps & Hats Aug 4, 2010

Play Cloths Fall 2010 New Era Caps

The first product from the Play Cloths Fall 2010 Collection has been released. We take a closer look at their line-up of New Era fitted caps. They present 3 styles, each coming with a front emboidery and small logo hit … Read more
Fashion Jul 31, 2010

Play Cloths Fall 2010 Collection – Play Group

Play Cloths gives us a further peek into their Fall 2010 offering with the “Play Group.” Simply an assortment of black garments adorned with a bold white “PLAY” print along the borders. Hoodies, pants, scarves and more all receive the… Read more
Caps & Hats Jul 20, 2010

Play Cloths Fall 2010 Collection Teaser

Play Cloths gives us a first look at what there will be in store for you in the coming months. They present some nice knitwear pieces, featuring patch embroideries and other nice details. Furthermore they also preview a hunting hat… Read more
Accessories Jun 4, 2010

Play Cloths Scarves

Back by popular demand are Play Cloths scarves. “Hearing the pleas from our loyal PC following, we’ve added some oldies and even threw a few surprises in the mix. Currently, you can find new and previously released PC Scarlet and … Read more
Accessories May 28, 2010

Play Cloths Summer 2010 Collection

In time for Memorial Day the new Play Cloths Summer 2010 Collection releases. “The line offers a nice assortment of button ups in solids or plaids, ripstop cargo shorts and the Big Jack polo in their newest colorway Imperial Blue. … Read more
Fashion May 4, 2010

Fettish TV: Inside Play Cloths

Fettish TV pays a visit to the design offices and warehouse of Play Cloths. You get an interesting behind-the-scenes look at this fashion operation by The Clipse. Enjoy! Read more
Accessories Mar 30, 2010

Play Cloths x G-Shock Teaser

Play Cloths shows us a first teaser of their upcoming G-Shock collaboration. The red watch comes nicely packaged in a red box with black/white stripe design and custom branding. The DW-6900 will be released soon and we will of course… Read more
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