BAPE Releases Camouflage Chain Locks in Earthy Green & Yellow Colorways

Secure your bike in style.

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After dropping off a series of camo print glassware, BAPE has stamped its famous, military-inspired pattern onto a duo of chain locks in one of its latest releases. With summer weather starting to creep in for many around the world, the piece presents a stylish way for locking up bikes (or other prized possessions) while spending time outdoors.

The chain lock is offered in two colorways, including a classic green camouflage and a brighter yellow edition. It’s crafted of canvas on the outer shell, which is printed with the “A BATHING APE” logo in white for contrast. A classic metal dial lock rounds it all out.

Priced at $159 USD, A BATHING APE’s Camouflage Chain Lock in green and yellow are available to shop now at Selfridges’ webstore.

For more in design, check out Louis Vuitton’s recent monogrammed billiards set.

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