BAPE‘s Ape Head logo belongs on far more than just steezy camo-print tees. You may remember the label’s A Bathing Ape‘s recent wireless charger, for instance, which followed the tech accessories of luxury fashion houses Louis Vuitton, Dior, and more. Still, true BAPE heads will know that this barely scratches the surface of its non-apparel output.
Over the years, the streetwear brand has released accessories spanning from essentials such as wall clocks and rugs to more collectible items including skate decks and camo-printed basketballs. Now, if you’re on the search for some steezy grails to elevate your home, this selection of the dopest pieces available at resale sites should have just the ticket.
Sure, old school analog clocks are nice, but we’ll bet you’ll be more inclined to be punctual if the BAPE ape head is keeping tabs on your timekeeping.
Add some BAPE appeal to your home bar set-up. No counter-top rings with these trusty companions.
Couch looking a little bare? This BAPE camo cushion comes with added comfort and some OG logo steez.
If that Chanel skateboard’s a bit out of your price tag, we’d happily settle for the BAPE alternative, done out in a muted, monochrome camo print.
Whether you plan on shooting hoops in your local basketball court or keeping it in pride of place at home, this basketball in collaboration with Spalding has us dribbling.
From BAPE’s “Busy Works” collection, this rug beats your standard IKEA fair.
If you’re all about the Ape Head, on the other hand, this rug may be preferable.
Available in both blue and black, this “Busy Works” wall clock gets a huge tick from us.
When BAPE dropped this wireless charger a few weeks ago, it sold out in an instant. If you’re willing to part with the resale cost, though, you’ll find it at resale platforms such as Grailed.
This camo chair from BAPE and Helinox is a must-cop – perfect for your patio or balcony, as well as summer festivals or camping trips to come.
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