Solid custom boardshorts with The Hundreds Slant logo printed front and back. Features include a drawstring tie at the front waist, waist pockets on each side with mesh lining and Velcro closure, and a right-side cargo pocket with drainage eyelets and a Velcro flap. Online store here
The Summer 2010 version of this New Era fitted hat comes in all black, and more importantly, our buddy Adam Bomb embroidered front & center, and black New Era flag logo embroidered at the left side.
A custom 180 gsm 26 double 100% cotton jersey pocket tee, with Bizarro Adam printed inside the pocket, such that his top half is peeking out from behind it. You know we love the good old pocket tee. Get yours here
In addition to the Bizarro Adam tee, this season we’ve also got these classic Adam outlines, all lined up and rendered in a range of bright, vivid colors. I think this is Benjie Hundreds getting in touch with his colorful side. “Using black for everything gets kinda boring,” according to him. Sure, Benjie. Bomb print [...]
Guest designer Bert Custodio brings a quote from Bengali poet, novelist, musician, and playwright, Rabindaranath Tagore to life with this message-based graphic. The quote reads, “Age considers; youth ventures,” and it appears over three young kids on scooters. Bomb print at the top back.
The from Benny Gold Glider Plane artist series continues with The Hundreds. Bobby and I both grew up into the hardcore music scene. It’s only appropriate for our collab to allude to a moshpit with flying fists, classic finger points and all the amazingness that goes along with it. Get yours here
Bizarro Adam gets another tee this summer, with this set of Peeka Too Crews. Coming in a variety of colorways, each one features a chest pocket with Adam peering over the top. The rest of the tee is a done in a solid color, coming in turquoise, black, grey and white. via The Feed
Using another space themed design, the new tee from the Hundred is this Astronaut Dreams tee. Coming in black, green or white, the t-shirt features illustration by Stacey Aoyama, interpreting the lack of dream and ‘go-get-it’ in the youth of today. Check for these at The Hundreds locations soon. via The Feed