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Corduroy, once described as a “poor man’s velvet”, is making a triumphant return this season. Recently, the corrugated fabric has been realized as long-sleeve shirts by Supreme, classic pants by Vetements and even a corduroy Converse One Star from the brand’s collaboration with A$AP Nast. Now that we’re in full winter mode, the warm and durable material should be lining your closet from head-to-toe, and thankfully there’s options to do so.

Highlighting its versatility, we’ve curated some of this season’s strongest corduroy products. For footwear, you’ll find retro-future running sneakers from ACNE studios featuring a corded upper, plastic detailing and a sole designed to replicate a computer keyboard. For layering there’s a heavy blue shirt from 032C with a peroxide-tone bleaching and for outerwear there’s a super-luxe “Modern Future” corduroy bomber from Gucci with a tiger motif on the back.

Jimmy

Acne Studios

$385

Pre Cog Cord Low Cap

C.E

$105

Beret

Prada

$310

Ryder Corduroy Zip-Up Shirt

Urban Outfitters

$69

Peroxide Shirt

032c

$63

Cord Work Pant

Stüssy

$90

Darted-Knee Corduroy Trousers

Vetements

$1575

Corduroy Half-Zip Jacket

Pop Trading Co.

$170

Modern Future Corduroy Bomber

Gucci

$4850

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Words by Max Grobe
Associate Fashion Editor
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