Having already revealed two of the more noteworthy Dunk Lows of the year, Cactus Plant Flea Market and Nike continue their ongoing relationship with a new limited apparel offering. Over the years, CPFM x Nike apparel collections have defined a design language comprised of baggy cuts, big logos, bold colors, boisterous details, and bootleg inspirations. This latest collection hones the ethos even further, revealed here via official images from Nike SNKRS.
This limited apparel collection consists of five pieces as well as a large green blanket with a grass-inspired texture. Each garment pairs rich textures with a juxtaposition of tech and nature. Starting off, a fisherman-inspired jacket is the highlight of the collection. Pockets and pouches dominate the chest, back, and shoulders of the water-repellent jacket. A quart-zip fleece features an all-over bootleg logo print. For the crewneck sweatshirt, CPFM stitches a Dri-FIT cross-branded sock onto the front, doubling as a pocket. Additional items include a polo shirt and black and yellow pants.
Expect all six pieces from this apparel collection to arrive on SNKRS on October 27th. You can take a look at the full collection in the gallery above. As always, let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!
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