Huf Summer Apparel has arrived and offers something for every kind of skateboarder.
Whether you are into the classic Americana baseball look found in the Huf Short Stop 6 panel hat and The Huf Classic H Pocket tee in navy heather or a more clean and modern aesthetic found in The nylon Huf Triple Triangle snapback in white or the Huf Payday chambray short sleeve woven shirt. Huf worldwide covers the bases.
Never shy of a good Colaboration, Huf teamed up with Mark Gonzales of Krooked skateboards to bring the classic "flowers"print to a 5 panel hat: the Huf x Krooked Flowers volley hat and the Huf x Krooked Flowers socks.
Of coarse, Huf's own material collections remain strong too. In true vintage vacation wear fashion the Huf Makapuu Volley 5 panel cap in mint or white and the Huf Makapuu bucket hat would make even Gilligan proud. If vintage isn't your thing and you want a modern floral print, check out the Huf Aloha Aina volley 5 panle hat in black.
A staple of the Huf line are the basics, despite what ESPN would have you believe, skateboarders are not logo fanatics. Sure, If it's a brand we're behind, we wear it with pride, but for the most part, we don't want to be billboards. We just want nice, durable clothing. If you feel that, check out the Huf Unmarked 6 panel cap in black. The details speak for themselves featuring a adjustable leather strap with brass hardware, unstructured crown, and a contrasting bill. also available in blue. The Huf Classic H henley shirt in jade is another example of a shirt that has style for miles, but you couldn't pick the logo out in a skate photo. To the dismay of everyone, but the person skating.