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Carhartt WIP is collaborating with FORTY PERCENT AGAINST RIGHTS for the first time, allowing the cult Japanese brand to rework some of the brand’s classic pieces. Designer Tetsu Nishiyama, also the founder of WTAPS, did extensive research to exemplify when the streets of Japan first began eating up WIP’s utilitarian pieces.
The capsule is essentially a run of workwear’s greatest hits, featuring chore coats, work pants, pocket tees, caps, and beanies. Hues are consistent across the items to enforce the no-frills aesthetic: brown, navy blue, and safety orange. The coats are made with Dearborn canvas and 11.5oz stone washed denim, featuring a faux-fur hood lining. Each product features a co-branded woven label that says, “Guerilla: The Incubation Period.”
Pricing for the collection starts at $39 for the beanies and tops out at $289 for the coats. You can cop now at Carhartt WIP‘s website or in their European and American stores.