Everything Dropping at HBX Archives This Week

Featuring Palace, BAPE and those cordless Supreme clippers.

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Following a release of Nike collaborations and vintage Prada, HBX Archives returns for week 49 with a selection of Palace and BAPE goodness, alongside a plethora of other sought-after streetwear brands.

Launched in 2016, HBX Archives has become a go-to place for sourcing unique pieces from the fashion and streetwear world. From brands like Gucci and Stone Island to sacai and Burberry, HBX Archives sources sought-after releases from years gone by to sell via its online webstore.

A duo of Palace sweatshirts arrive as colder weather approaches, as does a wide array of SPIRIT UNUS outerwear in the form of parkas, ponchos and windbreakers. BAPE, a Dickies collaboration with Number (N)ine and Wasted Paris serve up this week’s leg wear options, while FW17’s unique Supreme x Andis Envy Li adjustable blade clippers round out the highlights.

Every week, HYPEBEAST will continue to preview its releases from HBX Archives to give you the best chance of getting your hands on a rare and sought-after piece. Take a look at everything that’s dropping on HBX Archives for week 49 above, and shop the collection — and much more — from 9 a.m. EDT every Friday at HBX.

In case you missed it, ACRONYM’s FW21 drop 1 is now available to buy.

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