Footpatrol continue to expand their in-house brand with the addition of three new five panel styles.
First up is a loud acid all-over print, available in either red or blue. As loud as this print it, it’s very wearable and has a nice camo effect without being an overplayed design. Next sees FP get involved in the floral print trend, but again bringing something new to the table with considered design. Rather than slapping it all over the cap, they keep it strictly to the fifth panel only, calming down the print with a majority black cap to compliment the black logo tab. Both caps feature the Footpatrol gasmask logo on a square black tab in traditional five panel style.
For the final addition to the collection, FP put the pattern on the peak only, adding what I can only describe as something that I would expect to see on children’s bean bags back in the late 1990s. It’s dope, and again has similar aesthetic values to a popular trend (Navajo) without jumping on an overplayed design. This cap steers away from the norm in regards to branding and places a Footpatrol bar logo on the bottom half of the fifth panel. An interesting choice that works nicely and keeps them looking a little different without going crazy.
All of the caps shown here will be available in-store and via mail order from Footpatrol as of this Saturday (July 14th) for £25 a pop.