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A Bathing Ape Introduces New Line, ‘A Skating Ape’

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Known for timeless collections seen throughout pop and hip-hop culture for well over two decades now, Nigo's A Bathing Ape has just announced the forthcoming of its latest line, "A Skating Ape".

Targeted towards the skating culture, A Skating Ape takes inspiration from pro skater Yoshifumi “Yoppi” Egawa and is said to consist of an array of clothing items including but not limited to a plaid cycling jacket (pictured above), button down shirts, tie-dye t-shirts, and more. So far, the logo appears to depict the head of an ape atop a skateboard - clutch.

Stick with Sneaker Files to learn more on what's to come from A Skating Ape.

 

via HS

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NEW w tags BAPE a bathing ape pink camo cut off sweatshirt crystal sz XL
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A BATHING APE BAPE STA HICKORY STRIPE SELVEDGE JEANS 32 X 30 MADE IN JAPAN
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AAPE BY A BATHING APE AAPE HOODIE JACKET M size blue cool men camo tops thin 93
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3 comments
Darren Rice
Darren Rice

Nigo has nothing to do with Bape anymore, I.T bought it years ago & his role as creative director finished a while back

Eddie Redice
Eddie Redice

first it was subliminal but with weezy and his skateboard shit: Theyre callin us "apes"