Carhartt Streetwear Rocco & Al

Something that perhaps has to be explained a few times whenever its brought up, Carhartt’s streetwear division has brought forth a new dynamic to the popular workwear staple. In the land of vinyl and cartoons, Rocco & Al run Rocco’s Diner next door to Carhartt’s Detroit headquarters. Two versions are available, a general release color version and a black and white version. Source: Dream Team Clothing.

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Something that perhaps has to be explained a few times whenever its brought up, Carhartt’s streetwear division has brought forth a new dynamic to the popular workwear staple. In the land of vinyl and cartoons, Rocco & Al run Rocco’s Diner next door to Carhartt’s Detroit headquarters. Two versions are available, a general release color version and a black and white version.

Source: Dream Team Clothing.

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