When one camouflage doesn’t satisfy your insatiable hunger:



Source – SneakerNews

I count at least 4 different patterns.  Interesting concept.  I like how they kept the front of the show black, and then used a contrasting lace color.

$128 at Stussy Chapter stores.


Bag / protective case maker InCase teams up with legendary streetwear brand Stussy:

Obviously not real PALS webbing.  I’m thinking 99.9999% of the target market will not even know what PALS is or care, but it bothers me either way.  If all you’re doing is wrapping a headphone cord here or there, or in need of a place to stick your pen then I’m sure these would suffice.

The items picture will be available within the next few months at the respective websites if you’re interested.  There are plenty of USA made MIL-SPEC options I’d urge you to consider instead though.


Another simple but solid collab between Stussy and Schott:

Nothing really exceptional here, but the camouflage in the hood and leather detail on the chest is a nice touch.

Available for ¥41,790 ($515 USD) over at Stussy.

You might remember that Stussy and shot also recently worked on a Waxed M65 jacket and a U.S. Navy Pea Coat together.


Staying fairly close to the classic military M65 aesthetic:

Made by American leather jacket manufacturer Schott NYC who also did the U.S. Navy pea coat collab with Stussy and also a nice leather one with Supreme.

The Waxed exterior on this is a nice addition that will make the jacket water-resistant and wind proof.

Available at Stussy Japan starting Saturday Nov. 17.


A classic coat design updated with a diagonal zipper:

Made by American leather jacket manufacturer Schott NYC.

¥41,790 ($526 USD) over at Stussy.

If you’re into pea coats, take a look at the leather collab Schott did with Supreme.


A few new military inspired items out of this collab, along with some hipster videos:

The Videos:

M-51 Fishtail Jacket:

CPO Field Shirt:

Available at Stussy and at Holden.  $165 for the CPO field shirt, $400 for the M-65 Jacket, and $300 for the M-51 Fishtail Jacket.