Garbstore Teams up With RFW and Oshman's to Create the O.R.G. Collection

“The Four Ages of Chino.”

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Garbstore has joined forces with RFW (Rhythm Footwear) and Japanese outdoor retailer Oshman’s to create its latest range, the O.R.G. collection. Entitled “The Four Ages of Chino,” the collection consists of a two-tone khaki green chino and a sneaker with contrast panelling, with the thread between both items being that they are all made using chino fabric. Light and dark olive cotton represent the military colors worn by American and British armed forces.

The Sandwich Lo sneaker will cost £115 GBP (approximately $144 USD) while the O.R.G. chino comes in at £140 GBP (approximately $175 USD). Both will be available from Garbstore, Oshman’s and Rhythm Primary Market on April 8.

If you’d like to see how best to wear these Garbstore goods, check out Livestock’s recent editorial featuring the brand.

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