After partnering up in 2017 on the DW-5600HS-4JF, Hender Scheme and G-Shock have reconnected here in the new decade for an ultra clean take atop the Casio DW-5750 watch. This follows the former brand’s project of Nupste Puffer sneakers with North Face that arrived earlier this Fall.
Much like the aforementioned launch from three years ago, this iteration arrives with very similar design DNA as bright neutral tones are the main focus here. The circular cases and the face are both dialed with a beige finish, the latter of which is executed with a slightly darker shade. The backside of this features a silver metal coating and dons co-branded details with Ryo Kashiwazaki’s imprint being the most pronounced up front and center.
Straps of this timepiece are handmade with vegetable tanned leather and arrive packaged with matte silver buckles. Additionally, a “Hender Scheme” spell-out is tonally embossed in the middle, followed by additional “effect lab”, “HS” and “sukima” text hits.
This watch will only be available to consumers located in Japan, and will be raffled off starting on Monday, December 28 via Hender Scheme.
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