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Stussy Surplus Cargo Pant Ripstop, olive

Stussy Surplus Cargo Pant Ripstop, olive

Regular price $230.00 CAD
Regular price $230.00 CAD Sale price $230.00 CAD
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Relaxed fit ripstop cargo pant.

- Piece dyed, enzyme washed ripstop fabric
- Two slant front pockets
- Four patch pockets
- Two rear pockets with snap closure
- Fixed waistband with buckle adjusters
- Metal zip fly
- Double layer knee and seat panels
- 100% Cotton


Shipping to Canadian addresses only, no freight forwarding. Limited to one item per style per order. Orders that fail to comply with these stipulations are subject to cancelation with a 15% restocking fee.

캐나다 주소로만 배송되며 화물 운송업체는 없습니다. 주문당 스타일당 1개 품목으로 제한됩니다. 이러한 규정을 준수하지 않는 주문은 15%의 재입고 수수료와 함께 취소될 수 있습니다.

配送先はカナダの住所のみで、運送業者は含まれません。 1回の注文につき、1スタイルにつき1アイテムに制限されます。これらの規定に従わない注文は、15% の返品手数料とともにキャンセルされる場合があります。

Shawn Stüssy was a surfer who used to shape his own boards for friends and locals in Laguna Beach, California. Stüssy began screening t-shirts and shorts to sell along with the surfboards as a form of promotion; his surname written in a graffiti-influenced hand style was to become the company logo. Stüssy inadvertently fell into the clothing business through his deep-rooted love of surfing, and in a few short years, people were talking within the small, insular world of surf and skateboarding in the late ‘80s. Shawn set up small showrooms in New York and California and hit the road, showing his designs to stores he respected.

The brand grew during a time when epochal shifts that now frame contemporary popular culture were taking place. In the music scene the late ’70s gave us punk, while the early ’80s brought us a new DIY type of music called rap. Punk broke creative and aesthetic barriers and taught us that anyone could have a band. Rap pushed social boundaries and explored the ideas of remixing and sampling. These new ideas and territories created a new modern platform for fashion and cultural expression. The designs and overall aesthetic touched on references from a range of underground subcultures that resonated with Stüssy. This approach appealed to a worldwide network of creative youth who shared a common interest in surf-culture, skating and music. Limited distribution fuelled the desire internationally, and those who wanted the gear found it and felt a part of something bigger in the process.

With Stüssy’s success came the opportunity to travel and spread the Stüssy vibe. The clothing was inspired by an international group of musicians, skaters, DJs and artists with similar tastes; trendsetters in New York, London, Tokyo and other areas of the world were eager to get aboard this movement inspired by a network of like-minded individuals. This group of friends later became the “International Stüssy Tribe” with chapters in New York, Tokyo, London, Berlin and Los Angeles. With a strong network of tribe members wearing the brand in clubs and on the scene across the globe, the Stüssy message spread organically. The brand was committed to producing relevant, good quality clothing at a reasonable price available only at very select stores worldwide in limited quantities. This was an entirely new concept at the time, which has since been used to varying degrees of success.


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