Published on April 11, 2019 by
  • Carhartt WIP

For our latest skate clip, SOCIAL #4, Carhartt WIP riders Rémy Taveira, Pietro Tirelli, Matlok Bennet-Jones and Oliver Lock take on the sun-drenched Greek capital.

The team spotlight a selection of clean, refined Spring/Summer 19 garments. Included are pieces taken from our Mastercraft program, such as our L/S Master Shirt and S/S Malford Shirt, which focus on simple, classic silhouettes executed in robust twill fabrics. Other Carhartt WIP staples also feature, including the Modular Jacket and Single Knee pant, seen here in muted, earthy hues.

Filmed and edited by Romain Batard.

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