indcsn snapback preview

UK brand Indcsn have given us a sneak peak at their forthcoming snapback hat, due out in a few weeks time. This is the brand’s first movement outside of T-shirts and it’s clear even from this small preview that they have gone in hard.

This colourway of the ‘I’ Logo Snapback comes in grey with black embroidery, including a large college font ‘I’ on the front, ‘MMX’ stitched along the left side, and an Indcsn woven tag on the reverse. The hats will drop along with the rest of the brand’s new collection on December 3rd – check out their first and second drops for an idea of what to expect… plenty of 80’s US hardcore references to get your eyes around.

For more on the brand, check out Indcsn and their blog, and look out for these on December 3rd from the online shop, as well as Wholesome (London) and Chimp (Leeds).

Adam Scotland

One of the three founding members of THE DAILY STREET, Adam is our Editor at TDS. Adam works in the streetwear industry for Out Of Step Ltd., specialising in both USA and UK brands. He also contributes to The Hundreds website.

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  • Pascal Chimbonda

    Quality looks poor…..

  • Dave Web

    Damn that looks dope. Will they stock it in any London stores. I would cop but would wanna try it.

  • Suffocake

    Wholesome on Rivington Street should have some come the beginning of December, Dave!


    Agree with Pascal….. There is something unsettling about this snapback….. the materials and the embroidery finish does not look as tight as other pieces from say, The Hundreds, Mishka or any New Era….

    Can’t say I’m too impressed with either of this brands previous drops…. the nod to Supreme ethos/styling is just a little too strong for me.

    As for the snapback, maybe its the washed out grey colourway… but it kinda looks unfinished…stitching looks a bit ragged…In fact the whole thing looks like it might make my head itch if I wore it. I’d have to see a couple other colours or see this thing in the flesh before I commit to a purchase. As with a lot of ‘streetwear’ in general, photos/lookbooks of product normally looks great, but once in your hands the quality of some items really is shocking.

    Keep the levels high……. I’m no skinflint and I’ll pay whats right if the item is quality….

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