Once again, in the ever-expanding world of menswear x streetwear collaborations, Carhartt come correct. They’re like that girl at the bar who knows she’s good looking. Carhartt sit there looking all sultry. She knows there will be a host of guys who ask for her number on that one evening. She also knows that none of them will likely be “the one,” and that’s ok because tomorrow night she can return to the same bar and there will still be the same level of interest in her than the previous night. That’s Carhartt, they don’t collaborate with everyone and anyone, but when they do clash their talents with someone else they make sure they do it right.
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