The Element Exploration Agency is open for business as KITH and Columbia conjure up their sixth collaborative collection for Spring/Summer 2022.

If, somehow, you've managed to overlook everything that KITH has been up to in the past six months, let me serve you up a quick reminder. First in line was a re-up on Ronnie Fieg's New York-centric collection with Nike and The Knicks fronted by The Lox, followed closely by a team-up with Advisory Board Crystals before we dived head-first into the Spring 2022 two-parter.

That's enough product to rival even Palace (you can check out its new Calvin Klien collab here) and Supreme's heavy rosters, but overwhelmed or not, there's a whole host of new products to be desired. A full 45-piece collection, to be precise.

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For those that keep keen eyes on KITH's moves, you'll be familiar with its ongoing partnership alongside Columbia, which finds itself in its sixth iteration for 2022.

A partnership that's come to be known as the EEA (Element Exploration Agency), the collections that fall under this banner combines KITH's design sensibilities with the performance-first functionality for which Columbia has come to be known for over its long history.

Collection six melds vibrant shades of red, blue, pink, white, black, yellow, and purple – everything that you'd expect from a retro outdoors-inspired palette – across a head-to-toe selection of apparel and accessories.

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Standouts include the Henry’s Fork V vest, Chuting II Jacket, Pants & Riptide Windbreaker, Fleece Short, and a whole host of graphic tees.

KITH for Columbia touches down on April 8 at KITH SoHo, Brooklyn, LA, Miami, Tokyo, Paris, Hawaii, and online, of course.

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