nonnative and Hurley Present Minimalist Surfwear
Japanese label nonnative’s sportswear-influenced endeavors have finally reached their most logical evolution, teaming up with America’s Hurley for a capsule of quiet endurance.
Each garment is crafted with designer Takayuki Fujii in mind, whose excursions out to sea have lead him to the door of the many gaudy surfwear designs. Surely not his style by any means, the reserved stalwart has been given the opportunity to spin his own capsule of Nike’s patented Dri-FIT tech, lending both breathability and utility to the garb worn on these family trips. Tops, shorts, and a breadth of headwear find themselves in neutral earth tones, present as a trio of black, navy, and olive. Bucket hats as well as standard caps accessorize looks of simple tees and board shorts whose taping along the sleeves and leg brand with affectionate call to both collaborators’ logos.
Grab a detailed look at the range right below and expect to see it arriving come June 28th.