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  • atypicalLIVING 7:23 pm on November 11, 2008 Permalink | Reply
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    Re-UP! exclusive x Pancho Abalos shirt 


    Heads UP! The amazing exclusive x Pancho Abalos “Artist Proof” collaboration shirt is back up for another round.  This time around, there’s a bigger print size than the first run, AND! a new color: army green.

    You can cop this hotness at the shop, but phone orders are welcome.

    For more, check out Pancho or the exclusive site.

    • JK 8:52 pm on November 11, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Design looks dope. The army green will add some color to my wardrobe,

  • atypicalLIVING 5:18 am on November 11, 2008 Permalink | Reply
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    NEW! Fitted Hawaii “Blood, Sweat, and Tears” 


    Another Tuesday, another Fitted Hawaii release.

    Seriously, I am impressed at the way the Fitted ohana drops product.  Quality release after quality release equals a rabid fanbase that is just chomping at the bit for the next dope piece.  And, of course, this all wouldn’t come together if these pieces didn’t work as well.  So, props to the entire Fitted crew for all their hard work.

    Speaking of hard work, that’s the focus of this week’s release.  The headliner of this week i the shirt, which features a modified Fitted seal, emblazoned with the phrase “Blood, Sweat, and Tears” on one side, and the Hawaiian translation of it on the other.  The shirt is in dark gray and is neural colored, meaning you can rock all yoru gear with this without fear of clashing.

    The New Era set to drop along with the shirt is a custom Blue Jays piece, featuring blue back panels, two gray front panels, green brim, red button, and alternate colored Blue Jays logo.  Another great job by the Fitted clan.

    These will be available today starting at 11am.  Of course, the same rules apply: first come, first served; phone orders taken after 12pm.  Also, if you plan on getting there early, please kokua and park at Ala Moana Center and walking over.  Parking is a little tight at Fitted, so help them out there. Also, you could use a walk around the mall for a bit before heading over to the shop anyway.

    For more info, check out Fitted Hawaii.

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