BAPE Gets into Workwear with Launch of a Limited Edition Tsunagi Boilersuit

All black with Ape head graphics.

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BAPE has placed its streetwear touches on the classic boiler-suit for 2017 spring/summer. The loose-fitting, Tsunagi coveralls is swathed in tonal black and features the coveted Ape Head emblem on the upper left side of the front portion. Additionally, the sleeves are adorned with “A Bathing Ape” text. To top it all off, the label has added belt loops on the waist region for personalized adjustability.

Check out the garment above and expect an official release at BAPE’s official website and select stockists on July 29.

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A Bathing Ape

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