Silas x Raincheetah Collection

Silas have worked with British brand Raincheetah on two tech’d out Oxford shirts and a heavy duty M-65 style jacket. The three-piece capsule fuses Silas’ sartorial experience with Raincheetah’s knowledge of the great outdoors and the technology built to withstand it.

The two Oxford shirts, in traditional white and blue, feature sealed plaid pockets, complete with contrasting taped zippers and see-through windows – the sort of thing that wouldn’t look out of place in a Visvim or Junya Watanabe line. The all black M-65 is another beautiful piece, with a three-layer, waterproof, and breathable nylon. As you’d imagine, it comes with fully taped seams to ensure that the wind and rain stays out there where it’s supposed to, four large front pockets, and a concealed hood. Branding-wise, there’s very little to it, with just both brand’s logos etched into the arms, and patch detailing inside the neck.

It’s nice to see Silas exploring their own British roots, and collaborating with a brand we don’t often see too much of. Check out the capsule below, and if you’re looking to make a purchase, expect to find it at The Chimp Store and Hanon shortly, and from Silas direct now.


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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  • sam

    that was a nice shirt. then i scrolled down

  • mellowhype

    @SAM. took the words out of my mouth.

  • Cal

    The shirt wants to be functional but it cant be because for one, its a shirt. The concept just seems like a novelty that no one will adhere to. I could understand if the shirt was for example made of a fabric that was waterproof. I suppose this shirt is for a very unique dress sense?

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  • CBBU

    @SAM, MELLOWHYPE – third that

  • A

    I agree. Looks to me like they just bought a load of old shirts which no-one else could sell then stuck some random fabrics on to make them look ‘unique’.