As Stone Island continues the rollout of their expansive FW22 line, they’ve dug into their archives to revive the archival Camouflage ‘090 pattern, a richly-colored woodland camouflage print that was originally released in three color schemes and has been altered with new vertical or diagonal shading for a new generation of Stoney stans.
Each of the three color schemes presents a distinct look: there’s a two-tone olive with hits of orange for those that want to look like the most fashionable hunter ever, a mixture of tan, grey, purple and red that predates SoundCloud rappers’ love of colorful Rothco BDU pants and a middle-ground mixture of reds and greys. On most of the pieces, two — or even all three — of these schemes are mashed together for a wild camouflage collage of sorts.
The collection’s key pieces are its various down jackets. All of these were made of ripstop nylon, with a slub weave that was steamed during the spinning process so it looks more like an organic fiber than a synthetic. Besies the jackets, there are also vests, overalls, sweaters, tees, cargo pants and shorts, each with its own interpretation of the classic ‘090 pattern.
You can score the Stone Island Camouflage ‘090 pieces via the Stone Island webstore and select retailers now. Prices range from $330 USD for a T-shirt to $2,288 USD for a jacket.
For more roadman-related news, check out Hypebeast’s recent interview with Patta founders Edson Sabajo and Guillaume “Gee” Schmidt.