The Hundreds Join Forces With Lotería Don Clemente for a Cinco de Mayo Exclusive

Paying homage to years of family-rooted celebrations and household traditions.

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The Hundreds is back with another collaboration, this time joining forces with the legendary Mexican card game, Loteria to celebrate Cinco De Mayo.

Loteria is considered one of the most iconic traditional card games within the Mexican culture. The vibrant illustrations seen on the cards are beautiful pieces of art in themselves, transcending the game itself.

Based out of Los Angeles, The Hundreds are tapping into the enriched Mexican culture that has been ever-present in the city. The street brand is working alongside Don Clemente and the Autentica Loteria game, honoring Loteria’s community-focused mantra. The Hundreds have replaced the traditional “La Bandera” artwork to reflect the brand’s Wildfire Flag, as well as added house-mascot Adam Bomb and other cornerstones of The Hundreds History onto the illustrations of Loteria cards.

The collection in its entirety features the limited edition version of the Loteria Card game, as well as The Hundreds-inspired Loteria illustrations on graphic tees, pullover hoodies, trucker hats and collectible magnets. Co-branded graphics featuring The Hundreds’ “La Bomba” emblem as a form of Loteria cards comes in classic gray, black and yellow, highlight the capsule.

The Hundreds x Loteria Don Clemente collection is now live on The Hundreds’ website.

 

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