G-SHOCK's "Master in OLIVE DRAB" Series Draws Creative Influence From the Military Flight Jacket

Coming with a bright orange inner layer.

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G-SHOCK is dropping a series of watches inspired by the iconic military flight jacket. The watches’ olive colorway reflects the jackets often worn by pilots, while the bright orange inner layer is a tribute to the jacket’s inner lining. The three-watch pack consists of a GPW-2000, a GA-1100, and a GW-4000, with the latter two featuring a woodland camouflage print based on the patterns on military helicopters and planes. The “Master in OLIVE DRAB” series is being released by G-SHOCK Japan this month, with prices ranging from ¥30,000 JPY (approximately $275 USD) for the GA-1100 to ¥100,000 JPY ($910 USD) for the GPW-2000.

After you’ve checked out this military jacket inspired pack, take a look at G-SHOCK’s recent collaboraton with NEIGHBORHOOD.

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