FELT Taps Early 2000s Miami Streetwear for Second Fall/Winter 2017 Drop

Sunset-colored streetwear basics.

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Following its first drop back in November, Kristian Acosta’s NYC-based imprint Felt has just unveiled the sophomore release of its Fall/Winter 2017 collection.

Inspired by Acosta’s Miami upbringing, the collection taps early 2000s streetwear vibes with a range of boldly-colored hoodies, long-sleeves, T-shirts and caps.

Peep drop two of Felt’s Fall/Winter 2017 collection above and shop in full via the brand’s online shop and cop some of the pieces over at HBX.

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