Flying Coffin Spring 2012

The first pieces from the Spring ’12 collection from Seattle’s Flying Coffin have begun to land in the UK. It blends graphic tees and sweats with plenty of punch, with further exploration of the brand’s cut & sew, including button-up shirts and outerwear.

The military green ‘Shell Shock’ Overshirt is an instant highlight, clean on the front, with just a small embroidered skull on the collar, and leopard print material on the underside of both the collar and pocket flaps. The jersey lined, water-resistant nylon Field Jacket looks good too, and, together with the black denim ‘Sin’ vest, it’s all made within the brand’s hometown of Seattle, WA. Graphic-wise, I like the look of the Superius, Mist, and Block Logo tees, crews, and pullover hoods, and a special mention has to be given to the stand out ‘Hell Hound’ shirt, which is no doubt likely to be a firm favourite for the season.

Check out the lookbook shots below, and look for the collection at select UK stockists from this week, including Fat Buddha, Urban Industry, and Wood.

Flying Coffin

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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  • Carl Fitzgerald


  • deadmowgli

    An amalgamation of designs/trademarks/motifs already executed by other brands and without looking anywhere near as tacky. None of this stuff is done correctly.

  • cs

    double meh. lets worship death and evil yaaaay! this is why society is f’d up.

  • boba

    Shell Shock Overshirt is the business

  • logic

    shell shock overshirt is sick!

  • ad

    flying pain, actual cofffin

  • Alex

    What AD said. It’s a tough market to move into now because Actual Pain exist but it’s an easy market to move into because of Tumblr.

    Sad but true.