Crenshaw Skate Club Expands Its Catalog With FW22 Collection

Featuring graphics from its first collection.

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Crenshaw Skate Club has been busy lately. Last month, the Los Angeles-based brand linked up with Pharrell’s BBC ICECREAM for a skateboarding-focused capsule collection. Now as temperatures have started to drop, Crenshaw Skate Club has revealed its new collection for the Fall/Winter 2022 season.

The latest offering from Tobey McIntosh’s label expands the brand’s catalog. Comprising the collection is a selection of varsity jackets, hoodies, workwear-inspired shirts, crewneck sweatshirts, T-shirts and more. Across the selection of pieces are skateboarding baby angels, bubble gum and 3D Crenshaw Skate Club graphic designs.

Additionally, the brand’s selection of graphic designs reaches back into its first collection to emphasize the connection between past, present and future. For long-lasting wear, the pieces appear in classic shades of black, gray, beige and light blue.

Take a look at the new offering in the gallery above. Crenshaw Skate Club’s FW22 collection releases on Saturday, November 5 online.

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