Designed in collaboration with Matt Black and Jonathan More’s independent record label Ninja Tune, this black and white seasonal hoodie from Carhatt’s latest Relevant Parties capsule collection is designed to provide ample insulative warmth when paired with any demanding skate or street schedule. Made from a heavyweight 13oz blend of 58% cotton and 42% polyester, this loose fitting hooded sweater features a comfort orientated brush lined interior, cuffed sleeves, an elasticated straight-cut hemline and colour-matched drawcord trims across the neckline of its deep set adjustable hood. A practical dual-entry kangaroo pocket can be found above the waist, marking the perfect stash-spot for must have gear, whilst the quad character print detailing across each sleeve features Carhartt’s iconic ‘C’ motif logo mixed with creative rewrites of the record label’s iconic ‘Ninja’ character design. Across the left chest, commemorative 1990 print branding honours the labels founding year, whilst two way printed 1990 ‘Ninja Tune. London, England’ print branding is displayed on the reverse for increased notoriety and characterised depth.
Better known as Coldcut and based in London, Ninja Tune is an independent record label famed for its collaborative work with the likes of Machinedrum, Lee Bannon, Kelis and BICEP. Founded in 1990 and now host to their own publishing company ‘Just Isn’t Music’, Ninja Tune pairs with workwear and streetwear legend Carhartt for the latest instalment of their Relevant Parties release.
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