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THE HUNDREDS: FALL’13 COLLECTION IN-STORE NOW

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First batch of the new Hundreds collection is in-store now at the CONCRETE.

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The “Peeka Tre Tee” is The Hundreds latest installment in the “Peeka” series, first offered as a beanie and now finally available as a T-shirt. Features a left chest pocket, as well the Peeka graphic peeking out from above it.

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Think this is your run-of-the-mill polka dot shirt? Think again. The Pulp Chambray features an all-over Polk Bombs print, a single front chest pocket with Mini Adam embroidery, and a Bar woven label sewn above the cuff.

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Think this is your run-of-the-mill camouflage? Think again. “Pound” debuts this season’s new custom patterns – “Duck Camo” (a modular, contemporary rendering of traditional duck camouflage). Crafted from 280 gsm brushed-back cotton/poly fleece, other highlights of “Pound” include a zipper closure kangaroo pocket, attached hood, and full color Square Adam patch at chest.

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Paying tribute to the late, great Charles M. Schulz, “Charlie” incorporates our distinctive Jags logo and wraps it around the width of the shirt. Crafted from 360 gsm brushed-back cotton/poly fleece, this pullover also features single welt hip pockets and a Bar woven label at side seam.

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“Stone” is The Hundreds spin on the age-old classic varsity jacket. Crafted from 200 mm water resistant nylon taslon, this jacket features cargo pockets at hips, hooded back, waterproof zippered pocket at chest, as well as an Adam Bomb direct embroidery beside it.

The new Fall’13 Hundreds collection is available now at CONCRETE.

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Written by Concrete Store

August 25, 2013 at 14:42

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