Taiwanese imprint Guerrilla Group, known for its distinctive techwear-meets-streetwear design style, has returned with a vibrantly styled lookbook for its Spring/Summer 2019 “ROAD FIGHTER” collection.
Taking cues from the Japanese car culture of the ‘90s, the new lookbook titled “SILENTWORKS” remains set in a fictitious world’s auto repair shop, with the collection’s offerings including X-PAC™-infused utility aprons and workwear styled attired that offer weatherproofing characteristics. Spotlighting a gasoline fume-filled atmosphere, notable pieces include racing-styled jackets and balaclava masks – preparing you for the high adrenaline rush of high-speed races.
As usual, the label employs military-inspired offerings from vests, various pieces of outerwear including a kimono-styled denim jacket, both loose and slim fitting cargo trousers, and more. Several of the pieces are doused in the imprints unique “ROAD FIGHTER” graphics, with futuristically-attuned garments and accessories employing ECCO’s translucent apparition leather that they’ve showcased in the past. Various offerings also feature waterproof zippers, working into the versatility and portability of the collection.
Peep the collection above, and if you’re interested in purchasing a piece, the on-going release is currently happening over at Guerrilla Group’s web store.
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