NEIGHBORHOOD Drops Two All-Black Fishing Lures

Made with RAID JAPAN.

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NEIGHBORHOOD has just released two very special lures for the Summer season. Coming in all black, these made-in-Japan fishing lures are made in partnership with RAID JAPAN, and arrive in the form of the Deka Dodge and Scratch fishing lures.

The sides of each lure are printed in white lettering and feature “NBHD” branding along with the slogan “THE FILTH AND THE FURY.” Both these top-water baits are made with durable plastic material with sharp metal hooks. With a little DIY ingenuity, the hooks can be removed so the lure can be used as decorative ornaments for your home.

The giant Deka Dodge lure is priced at $155 USD while the smaller Scratch lure is priced at $75 USD. Those interested can head over to END now to purchase.

In other design news, you can now buy a Star Trek facepalming captain Jean-Luc Picard bust.

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