Having returned to their roots for fall, The Hundreds now take on winter with a refined range of workwear classics that have been revitalized by modern and contemporary means.
Included in the expansive new range is everything from jeans, a denim jacket, and a crewneck, to chinos, a pullover, and an alvin coat. Highlights include the cotton twill “Wayne” Hockey Woven, and the fortified winter parka which is made of nylon ottoman and features an outer coating that is both waterproof and breathable. Other contemporary approaches used on the collection include discharge printing, which gives the clothes a vintage look while retaining a soft hand feel.
As ever with The Hundreds, accessories aren’t left neglected and are represented in the form of a basic corduroy dad hat, a waffle knit beanie, and a light melton wool “Shen” New Era cap. A durable belt bag made from Denier Ballistic Wool and a heavy canvas bag is also included for the intrepid explorer.
The Hundreds Winter 2016 collection drops October 13 (tomorrow) and is available via the official website, online shop and authorized stockists.
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