Where the runway meets the street

3sixteen is a brand that is a real pleasure to watch grow from season to season. Especially their cut & sew offering has become very solid and something you can always count on. This week they released the second delivery of their Fall 2007 collection, so here we give you a closer look at the stand-out cut & sew pieces in this delivery.
3sixteen’s Shred Hoody makes a return in a new colorway: 375 gram open end white fleece with a black paper-shred print. The hoody features all the details that are standard to their custom bodies, including ribbed side gussets, custom gunmetal zipper pull and a three-piece hood construction.
The Roxanne jacket is back with a slimmer, refined cut for Fall/Holiday. The body consists of a bamboo cotton material (slightly heavier and stiffer than their Spring jacket) with black denim accents at the neck strap, pockets, and cuffs. Custom pickaxe button snaps and a tonal logo embroidery at the neck round the jacket out. On the inside you’ll find a black taffeta lining with a large tonal logo hit.

The Monsoon jacket is a new take on the classic M65 jacket – constructed of ripstop cotton, this jacket features a higher waist and heavy ribbing on the cuffs and waist. The front is adorned with asymmetrical zip and velcro closure pockets, and the entire jacket and hood is lined with a purple striped cotton fabric. The jacket also features a 3-piece hood and custom silver pickaxe snaps.
Expect these pieces to land at a store near you any day now. After the jump detailed pictures of all new releases.

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