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National Geographic might be our new favorite streetwear brand

National Geographic might be our new favorite streetwear brand
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Today on Clothing Collections We Never Knew We Needed: National Geographic is dropping a Spring/Summer men’s collection this year.
The line is dubbed, “Urban Tech” and is the second collection from their new apparel series which debuted last year. The clothes put importance on style as much as sustainability and utility—an attractive trifecta.
The collection features heavy-duty outerwear like jackets and bonnets, pullovers and trusty shirts with NatGeo’s signature gold hue and rectangle logo peppered throughout the items. It makes us want to go out on a wildlife adventure in true NatGeo spirit, if you ask us.
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The clothes are made in partnership with an Omnibrand constituent, the Germany-based CoreM. Going back to the sustainability aspect, the clothes are made with as much recycled material as possible, like recycled down lining and PET bottles.
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No date yet on when it’s coming out, but keep the NatGeo x CoreM website on your radar for when the collection drops.
Photo from the CoreM website

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