The Hundreds get ready for the nipsy weather, busting out a top heavy set of sweats and hoodies for Fall. Featuring a plethora of in-your-face imagery and typography, the brand let loose for the colder season, taking inspiration from The Karate Kid, to their love of Mac's Photobooth application. Dropping this Thursday at THSF and THLA, you know the drill, get in quick because nothing lasts forever at the bomb HQ!
This week The Hundreds warm things up with ten new printed fleece pieces for Fall. The release includes the typography-driven Demons logo crew; the monolithic Loom crew, with towering 3D block letters spelling out 'The Hundreds is Huge, Inc.;' the Mathletes pullover for everyone who believes in 'Strength in Numbers;' the upwardly mobile Ivy League hooded zip-up with an upper crust-y monogram logo crest print front & back; the Kai zip-up, inspired by the scene in 'The Karate Kid,' when the Cobra Kai don skeleton outfits, illustrated by the incredibly talented artist Munk One; the Photobooth zip-up, starring our buddy Adam Bomb posing in a variety of sepia tinted snapshots; the Gore zip-up fleece, inspired by the biggest name in shocking footage; the Ruin hooded zip-up, our take on the traditional 'Man's Ruin' tattoo motif; the Scared crewneck, starring three scary monsters looking quite shook; and last but not least, the Return hooded zip-up, starring some of the cast members from "Return to Oz."