HUF Reminisces on '90s Dickies Workwear in Latest Collaboration
Featuring Eisenhower Jackets, 874 Pants, and Garage Shirts.
In the ’90s, workwear began to permeate youth and skate culture at the time thanks in part to films such as Clarks (1994) and the styles worn by musicians of the time including rock-and-roll band The New Rascals. Bringing it back to the feeling, HUF features a number of Dickies icons for its latest collaboration.
The series includes the Eisenhower jacket in 8.5oz cotton twill featuring velour piping, dual slash pockets, woven Dickies labels, and embroidered HUF patches. Also in the lineup are similarly-styled Garage Shirts echoing those worn by car mechanics and Standard 874 work pants with pink and blue piping. Two colorways are available for each silhouette which are based on black and brown tones.
The HUF x Dickies collection is now available at HUF’s flagship stores and online. Prices range from 18,700 to 25,300 JPY (approximately $140 to $194 USD).
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