Rogue Status x Grenade Artist Series Mountain Parka

Despite Rogue Status’s Gun Show print inauguration a few years back, the design has still become a staple of the LA brand. As part of Grenade’s Artist Series, the brand has once again revisited the print in the GAS (Grenade Artist Series). The print is seen on a white jacket, providing a good contrast. Look for these to release in the fall/winter season. Source: Rogue Status

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Despite Rogue Status’s Gun Show print inauguration a few years back, the design has still become a staple of the LA brand. As part of Grenade’s Artist Series, the brand has once again revisited the print in the GAS (Grenade Artist Series). The print is seen on a white jacket, providing a good contrast. Look for these to release in the fall/winter season.

Source: Rogue Status

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