Following the launch of its in-house essentials collection earlier this summer, sneaker and streetwear retailer Caliroots continues to deliver the goods by teaming up with American heritage label Schott NYC on a duo drop of puffer jackets. Joining forces for the first time, the collaboration fuses Caliroots’ streetwear expertise with the New Yorker’s outerwear heritage in a drop filled with IDGAF attitude.

The collection consists of two insulated puffer jackets decked out with custom-created prints. The black-and-white chequered iteration pays homage to old-school skateboarding designs, while the cheetah print channels rebellious punk vibes—a nod to Schott NYC’s roots in the ‘70s and ‘80s punk scene. To complement the bold prints both styles offer a true ’90s cut, vivid red linings, and hoods that fold away into the collar.

Continuing with the attitude-fueled theme, Caliroots enlisted Stockholm-based photographer Marcus Askelöf to shoot the collection at night in a derelict shipping yard frequented by skaters and punks alike. The result is grainy, DIY-style imagery that captures the rebellious spirit of the collection.

Both styles drop today on caliroots.com, in Caliroots’ Stockholm and Gothenburg stores, and at SOTO in Berlin. Each style is limited to 100 pieces only, so get in quick if you want to cop.

For more from Caliroots, check out the back-to-school collection the brand dropped last month.

Words by Lucy Thorpe