monkey time x Champion Blends Sporty & Casual for Spring/Summer 2018

Slouchy summer sweaters.

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monkey time reunites with Champion on another lineup of warm weather layers. Encompassing a brief selection of comfortable goods, the collection features an assortment of versatile essentials.

Offering a wide-ranging color palette, the clothes range from bright orange and forest green to classic grey and black, with all the goods executed in Champion’s signature soft reverse-weave cotton. Short-sleeved hoodies, boxy T-shirts and relaxed shorts make up the majority of the collaboration, complementing monkey time’s array of striped shirts and slouchy track-inspired items. The goods all bear Champion’s insignia along with blue script branding on the shorts and sweaters, boasting a slight contrast to offset the otherwise understated staples.

Check out the gear in the brand’s new Spring/Summer 2018 lookbook below and shop the goods when they hit monkey time’s webstore March 9. Most recently, Champion joined KITH for an exclusive graphic capsule range.

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