A major component of ENGINEERED GARMENTS’ business strategy in recent memory has been to keep the collaborative projects pumping out. Lately, the NYC-based imprint has designed sneaker capsules with the likes of Vans, Suicoke and Dr. Martens, and now it has switched gears to the apparel category to piece together a full-fledged range alongside Palace.
The assemblage keys in on products that are functional and outdoor-centric and represents the merging of craftsmanship, durability and attention to detail. With Fall/Winter seasons rolling in, the two parties have fittingly prepared GORE-TEX-lined parka jackets and trousers, both of which come in olive and black colorways. Other notable items include the ripstop track tops and pants are devised in black and muted cheetah prints, patchwork check shirts, patchwork hoodies and heavyweight tees that come in olive, navy black and white. In the accessories department, there are GORE-TEX-infused six-panel caps and bucket hats.
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