Part number: MS0-GRD-200002
Immediately after being published in popular fashion magazines such as "Begin" and "GO OUT" , it far exceeded the manufacturer's expectations. The response was overwhelming, and inquiries were flooded.
The most talked-about work of the season.
Pre-orders have started prior to the start of sales in early May after the Golden Week holidays!
Due to the limited quantity in stock, if you are looking for it, please do so as soon as possible. p>
From Mountainsmith, whose apparel line is a hot topic, a pocket T-shirt from Grateful Dead, a band synonymous with hippie and psychedelic culture, has arrived.
The designer is a unique triple name collaboration by Mr. Toshifumi Yamane of F / CE.
Mountain lover Deadheads is a must-see item.
There is no doubt that it will stand out at camps and festivals!
There are two types of designs. Both have impressive back prints.
BODY: RECYCLE COTTON 100% 12S / -Use Tenjiku
Length: M / 64.5 cm, L / 67 cm
br> Width: M / 55 cm, L / 56 cm
Shoulder width: M / 47 cm, L / 49 cm
Sleeve length: M / 22 cm, L / 23 cm
* This item will be delivered by click post of Nippon Mail, so we cannot accept the date and time. note that.
What is MOUNTAIN SMITH?
Established in 1979 by Patrick Smith.
Patrick Smith loves the outdoors and still camps for at least 100 days each year.
MOUNTAIN SMITH has been committed to developing the best packs and bags to enhance your active outdoor life.
During this time, MOUNTAIN SMITH received numerous awards, including the Outside Magazine Best of the Year Award for the Mountainlight series and the Backpacker Magazine Editors choice Awards for numerous packs. Did.
MOUNTAIN SMITH's history of innovation continues today.
MOUNTAIN SMITH, which has been a leader in the outdoor bag market, has newly developed an apparel line under the direction of F / CE. Designer Toshifumi Yamane, who won the TOKYO FASHION AWARD.
The functional design of the bag cultivated during professional use has been incorporated into apparel to create an attractive item.
The brand logo is the old logo used when MOUNTAIN SMITH was founded.