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Over the last little while, Stüssy has made headlines alongside Nike, as the two went to work on a series of tonal Air Zoom Spiridon Caged 2 iterations. The iconic streetwear imprint appears ready to move on from the Swoosh, and is strategically aligning with outdoor specialists Gramicci on its latest project. In a move that pits casual sportswear cues against rugged military-inspired sensitivities, the duo artistically converge upon a pair of eccentric, yet highly-functional cargo pants.

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Swathed in either earthy camo or fire red, each piece features a pair of cinch pockets located at the front and rear, with a set of flap compartments conveniently placed on each side for extra storage area. Elsewhere, silhouette considerations are cut loose from the body, allowing each wearer the freedom to partake in strenuous activities that may require ample room to operate. The item’s defining feature, however, lies in the zipper system positioned at the kneecap making for a seamless transition into summer-ready shorts.

Stüssy and Gramicci’s collaborative Zip-Off Cargo Pants are set to make its online debut come May 22 through Stüssy’s web store. In case you missed it earlier, Kid Cudi just dropped new Virgil Abloh-designed merch.