Inspired by Korean club, Ilhwa Chunma's 1995 home kit, Nivelcrack have released a spritely scarf that pulls vibrant shapes as we shift through the seasoned style on and off the pitch.

While the design of the scarf comes from left field, it's inspired by a winning formula which saw the side clinch 3 consecutive league titles spanning from 1993 to 1995. In that time, they were also crowned champions of the Asia Club Championship so the powerful pattern on the scarf is symbolic of a winning mentality with powerful resonance.


Let by legendary player Tae-yong Shin, he was a player who stood out as the K-League's MVP in 1995 and as a man who now takes the reigns as head coach of the South Korean National team, he's a cult figure who has had a huge influence on the game. Ahead of the 2018 World Cup, this scarf is a nod to a player as much as it is a side.


Big shapes, independent spirit. Another strong offering from Nivelcrack that dances the line between football and lifestyle scenes with a strong character.