After months of teasing their landmark collaboration, BAPE and F.C. Real Bristol have unveiled their capsule collection for SS19. Set to launch as BAPE and SOPH celebrate their 25th and 20th respective anniversaries, the Japanese labels come together for a link up up heavy footballing hype.

The fictional football club F.C.R.B. lead the way in terms of experimental streetwear-meets-football projects, and the inclusion of streetwear royalty BAPE only adds to the desirability of this launch. Set to drop on March 25, all the items have today been unveiled on ahead of the official drop date.


The link up will drop as one of the most anticipated streetwear collaborations of Spring/Summer 2019, and arrives with distinctive football inspiration. The commemorable collection is based on football supporters’ wear which features the essence of football culture by F.C.Real Bristol, and is boldly fused with iconic BAPE motifs such as the "BAPE Camo" and "Shark" series. There's a mutual respect shared between BAPE and F.C.Real Bristol for creating various movements in streetwear and this drop is a celebration of that.


The collection is a vast one and features a full clothing collection for adults and kids as well as a few accessories chucked in for good measure. Football jerseys, tees, hoodies, sweatshirts, shorts, and tracksuit bottoms all land in dual-branded style on predominantly navy, black and white pieces with statement coloured graphics. It's all about those jerseys for us, they're gonna fly.

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