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This Week's Best Streetwear Drops: From Born X Raised to MARKET

Check out our favorite streetwear drops of the week, hand-picked by our editors.

Born X Raised and NASCAR

Born X Raised is continuing its string of sports collaborations with a new capsule collection in partnership with NASCAR. The capsule is perfect for fans of the notorious sport and has come just in time to prepare for this year’s packed NASCAR schedule, taking place all throughout February. Of course, the collection features an essential racecar jacket complete with Born X Raised and NASCAR patches and embroidery. The collection also features a slew of graphic t-shirts mixing the two brands’ motifs, a long-sleeved t-shirt, and a variety of hats sprinkled in for accessories. The color palette remains simple, with black and white tones as the base of the collection and pops of blue and red throughout the graphics. Check out the collection on the Born X Raised website

PUMA x Hajime Sorayama

Touching on the year of the dragon, PUMA has released a collection in collaboration with Japanese illustrator Hajime Sorayama in honor of the Lunar New Year. Drawing from Sorayama’s style of futurism, the collection features an array of garments, accessories, and footwear embossed with Sorayama’s imagery, such as variations of futuristic dragons. The ready-to-wear collaboration highlights PUMA Select jackets and hoodies, such as the SUKAJAN Jacket with a robotic dragon illustration and hoodies with similar dragon motifs along the sleeves. Two sneaker releases accompany the collection: the PUMA Spirex and the PUMA Palermo, both crafted in metallic silver materials. A sling bag and a four-panel cap are options for accessories to round out the Lunar New Year vibes. The collection will be available in PUMA stores and select retailers. Check out the sneakers on the PUMA website

The Hundreds x High Vis

Punk music and streetwear have come together through a collaboration between California-based label The Hundreds and London-based punk music group High Vis. A mix of contemporary and eccentric motifs characteristic of the High Vis band can be seen branding hoodies and shirts in this small capsule collection. A smiling cartoon-like character is the centric figure of the graphic spread across the collection, with The Hundreds and High Vis branding and respective locations opposite each other. A grunge-aesthetic shade of green populates the graphic against the black fabric of the garments. Check out the collection on The Hundreds’ website.  

MARKET x Grateful Dead

A mix of sports, streetwear, and rock music has melted together in a collaboration between clothing label MARKET and the famed rock band The Grateful Dead for a Sherwood Hockey equipment collection. In true Grateful Dead fashion, vibrant neons populate the collection through garments such as hoodies, t-shirts, and hockey sticks and pucks. The iconic dancing bears of the rock band make their appearance throughout the collection, only this time, they’re clad in hockey masks, pads, skates, and sticks. Hockey equipment features the same bear iconography atop hockey pucks and hockey sticks. The word “DEADWOOD” can be found engraved along the sticks as well. A co-branded MARKET and Sherwood t-shirt is another highlight of the collection, featuring a Grateful Dead bear crashing into another hockey player. Check out the collection on the MARKET website.    

Check back next week for more.

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