PRODUCT: Tacoma Apparel Co.
The beloved Tacoman heritage brand Tacoma Apparel Co. has returned. Forever on their own schedule and calendar it makes it exciting when new gear lands because we at the 907 don't even have our fingers on the pulse. But they never disappoint over at T.A.C. and this 'Tacoma Air Crew' drop is full of bangers. Limited to 3 designs, 3 colors each the offering is as first come first serve as ever. In case you missed the motif along the way, the T.A.C. founder is a Nike aficionado. I would personally call him a Nike historian - partly because of his collection of Nike bangers and partly because of his extensive knowledge of logo history and years of subdivision inception. Bringing back the rapid sell out jawns for an Air Crew homage drop is appreciated. The ACG logo flip was a goner previously in the more muted color tones they first dropped almost a year ago so adding the brighter ACG color concepts for the Summer sun must have been a no-brainer second time around. The Huarache flip first released on a tank top - we don't wear tanks as a top layer at the 907 but the people of Tacoma and elsewhere do clearly because it didn't last a month in-store. Fans of T.A.C. are lucky online shoppers are not allowed access to the gear or pickens would be slim forevermore. This time around the Huarache flip is available on black, charcoal Grey and ash Grey T shirts. To round out the Tacoma Air Crew release T.A.C. unveiled a new flip and it's f-y-e. We had to grab a quote for the company to help with the reveal,
"Dead Wings", from our forthcoming line "Tacoma Air Crew", pays homage to the "City of Destiny" where dreams seem to crash and die. Dead dreams [Tupac] and doom [Cameron Frye] wore a Red Wings jersey, so I made one for Tacoma. Moreover, it's designed by a Detroit native. [Available @etctacoma in "Home", "Away", and "St. Patty's Day" colorways.]
Bruh bruh smashed shit with this one and for myself it always has the desired effect when I never see it coming. Surprise, surprise it's already on it's way to selling out.