Oh yes its time to unleash the beast, Flying Coffin are back with their newly released spring/summer 2012 collection. Not only is this the most cohesive and put together collection to date but it got rolled out with a brand new online identity with a new look for the FC site. We here at 84/85 have been fans of the line for years now, documenting the line as it grew and we are stoked to see where its at. For ss12 the line has put together an impressive range of outerwear, tees, hoodies, crewnecks sweatshirts and hats, all with an evil twist. Read though for the rest of the lookbook.
One of our Pac Northwest faves, Flying Coffin has finally overcome production delays to drop their fall 2011 collection, a strong run highlighted by new snapback and graphic tee offerings. Always reliable, it’s good to see FC didn’t have to shelve the season, a fate that has befallen a few lines recently. Might have to cop the black skull/camo brim joint, check more of the lookbook after the jump.
Seattle/Hawaii hesh specialists Flying Coffin have just released their summer 2011 collection, a tight run of tees, tanks, and a couple snapbacks. Loving the shirt and cap above, some of my favourite work yet from the longstanding streetwear dons, helping keep the dirtbag crown in the pacific northwest (alongside AP)… more after the jump.
Here’s the lookbook for Seattle-based Flying Coffin‘s s/s 2011 collection, full of graphic heat the line is known and loved for. Snapbacks, tees, crewnecks, and a new varsity-style jacket are the centerpieces of the collection, all made in the USA, sourced from 90% American materials. Flying Coffin is one of the three or so graphic-based labels that we really rep for, and they’ve been doing it right for years now, on that Pac Northwest dirtbag vibe that we fully stand behind. The line is now available at FC stocklists and online, click through for the rest of the lookbook.
Seattle-based streetwear co. Flying Coffin just dropped their f/w 2010 collection, back at it with the solid graphic work the line became known for in the first place. I’m really feeling the alien/virgin print above and the pumpkin tee featured after the jump… FC’s hats are always on point too. Keep reading for the rest of my favourites.