The watch comes in a clean, all-black colorway, detailed with subtle accents for an understated look. “G-SHOCK” branding is stamped directly above a white “Carhartt” label that pops from the watch’s darkened face. Besides essential parts, like its backlight and second counter, the watch comes with a contrasting silver-toned belt and backing, of which features a thinly engraved sakura motif that incorporates Carhartt’s logo on one of the petals. Completing the collaborative release, the same motif appears at the top of the watch’s collectible green camo metal case.
Carhartt WIP and G-SHOCK’s DW-6900 will be available on August 22 on Carhartt WIP’s website for $150 USD.
In case you missed it, check out Rui Hachimura and G-SHOCK’s gold-plated GST-B100RH timepiece.