Champion Heads to LA for Its Latest Hoodie Collaboration With monkey time

Feeling the half-zip look.

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Classic American athletic brand, Champion has been coming up steadily in recent years with the revival of retro sportswear. Often affiliated with things like football and basketball, Champion is now seen moving into new territory as the brand takes to an LA skate park to shoot its latest lookbook with Tokyo-based monkey time. Featured in the photos above are two new unisex hoodies – one a half-zip and the other a full-zip — in signature navy and grey colorways. Branding is kept minimal, with embroidered logos on the sleeves, and inverted seam details throughout. The hoodies drop September 1 and are available online for reservation here and here.

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