Civil Regime's PacSun-Exclusive Collection

Progressive silhouettes from the Cali brand.

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California-based Civil Regime teams up with PacSun to deliver an exclusive range of progressive streetwear staples. Created for those “who were cut from a different cloth,” the lineup features pieces such as jackets, shirts, and denim attires in dusted earthy tones and custom camo motifs, which incorporate bespoke touches such as distressing and distinct fabric treatments. Additional items of note include embroidered 6-panel caps and elongated tees perfect for layering. Check out the entire range above and purchase any items in-store and online at PacSun’s official website.

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