BAPE Unleashes Its Original Tiger Camouflage Pattern in Latest Collection

Featuring hidden “Ape Heads.”

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BAPE has introduced a new “Tiger Camouflage” pattern ready for the 2017 spring/summer season. The Japanese streetwear stalwart took the iconic print from the ’60s and added a new beige colorway option, in addition to BAPE’s go-to green. The latest pattern will incorporate hidden “Ape Heads” and “BAPE” logos throughout.

The new “Tiger Camouflage” is seen on jackets, crewneck sweaters, shark hoodies, cargo pants, shorts, T-shirts and bags. The “Tiger Camouflage” collection will be available starting this Saturday, March 4 at BAPE locations worldwide and online. Prices will range from ¥6,800 JPY for a T-shirt to ¥36,000 JPY for a jacket (approximately $60 USD to $324 USD).

Also set to release is the BAPE x ‘Kong: Skull Island’ collection.

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