The Hundreds Winter 2011 Lookbook

This Winter see’s Californians The Hundreds embrace the outdoors with one of their cleanest and most polished collections to date. In a new lookbook for the season, the brand present a selection of fleece, button-ups, and outerwear, with their own takes on traditional styles.

Stand-out pieces for me include the simple, raglan, Peeler Crewneck, the heavy guage knit, woolen Sougan Sweater, and the lumberjack style, quilted overshirt piece called the Armstrong Jacket, shown below in a green/black plaid. The piece above, the Burleson Jacket, uses the Patagonia-inspired logo we’ve seen the brand use a couple of times, and places it on an insulated, Winter parka, which is sure to go down just as well as other similar offerings from season’s past. Finally, some time has to be given to the Parbuckle shirt/Kruger pant combo, utilising The Hundreds’ custom woodland camo which appears on a number of pieces throughout the collection, including an allover-print T-shirt and M-65 style jacket.

Anyone familiar with the brand should notice a much more refined, almost sartorial approach to this collection, and although this lookbook doesn’t showcase the graphic tees and snapback caps we’re more used to seeing from the brand, it shows the direction in which they’re moving, and just what they’re capable of. Available stateside now, the Winter collection will be available from UK stockists later this week, including 5 Pointz, The Candy Store, and Size?

Images via Hypebeast.
View the full lookbook here.

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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  • Dan

    Lets jump on that whole ‘heritage look’

    piss off, what a moody brand!

    stick to appealing to spotty teenagers.

  • Steve H

    embroidered label on the top jacket is just a rip off of Patagonia. Come on guys stick to what you do best

  • Steve

    From AWFUL to even worse, truly unimaginative

  • Matt

    I love haters.

  • luke

    yeah that is a patagonia lookin label lol

  • luke

    i reckon the reason for goin all heritage is because they dont want to keep sellin to spotty teenagers

  • kyle

    It is what it is, if you don’t like it don’t buy it.
    I don’t have anything by the hundereds but this actually looks quite nice.
    Im sure they still have the loud t-shirts and snapbacks for spotty teenagers

  • bob

    LOL @ everyone calling it a Patagonia rip off. Pop culture referencing is a huge part of street wear.

    Take a lesson

    Not saying I rate the hundreds stuff but its not a rip off of Patagonia is a reference. If you want to see what a rip off looks like check Own clothing v Only……

  • Steve H

    haha fully aware on the Own vs Only now that was a bad rip off. Apparently people seemed to be taking to it.

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