Hall of Fame 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

The latest sports-inspired summer collection from the west coast.

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West Coast label Hall of Fame is best known for its sports-inspired, street-ready designs and the brand’s latest warm weather collection is no exception. For Spring/Summer 2015, the Los Angeles-based brand returns with another strong collection of graphic-heavy designs, including a few inspired by some of pro sports’ most iconic images. Standouts include the Shawn Kemp-inspired Rain Main T-Shirt and Mike Tyson-referencing Mike N Cuss tee, while lightweight tank tops, basketball-stye Durene fabric shorts and reflective headwear provide some attractive options for hot summer days. Take a look at Hall of Fame’s athletic-driven Spring/Summer 2015 collection above and browse the range now at the HYPEBEAST Store.

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