HUF has established itself as a worldwide manufacturer of premium apparel designed for contemporary skate-lifestyle in the 17 years since the brand was first founded by Keith Hufnagel in 2002. With our new battle cry of respect the past, design the future, The Spring 2020 collection celebrates the legacy of HUF with a modern take on our DBC roots.
Throughout the collection you'll find nods to designs from HUF's past taking things all the way back to the first store on Sutter Street in San Francisco. Some of our favourite graphics have been unearthed from the HUF archive and are reborn on new tees and fleece, or reworked into new designs that pay homage. The iconic quake print made famous in legendary Nike Air Max collaborations returns alongside the fan-favourite hand drawn script by renowned graffiti artist Eric Haze.
Print designs including paisley, a pop colour camo, tonal leopard print, allover floral and the Atelier luxe take on Circle H feature throughout a line that includes new T-shirt bases in hot lime, grape, greek blue and mint.
The Remington Jacket is a 8oz Duck Canvas workwear-inspired coat with a contrasting corduroy collar. It comes in 3 colours, each featuring our luxe Atelier print as a lining, branded shank buttons and an embroidered 1993 logo.
The Cambridge Harrington Jacket showcases our pop camo in two unique colour options, constructed from double-layered micro twill and can be worn reversed for a plain alternative.
The Mountain 10K Quarter Zip is an athletic-inspired polar fleece pullover with a contrasting nylon panel at the shoulder. Available in natural and olive fleece, both feature the 10K logo on the left chest and around the mock neck collar.
The Tenderloin Woven S/S Shirt, named after the San Francisco neighbourhood is an essential piece this season. The tartan plaid base makes way for an allover print of gold, chains and assorted paraphernalia, celebrating HUF's DBC roots.
The Atelier Resort Woven S/S Shirt is our take on luxury with the Circle H logo re-worked into an allover print. The open collar rayon shirt comes in a bold red with matching pieces including shorts and bucket hats appearing later in the collection.
The Neo Leopard Coach Jacket is a bold statement piece constructed from cotton twill with logos printed on the front and back accompanying the allover print leopard print. Both colours have a matching fleece sweat pant.
The Sport Parka is a lightweight, nautical-inspired coat with multiple pockets and drawcord adjusters. Featuring a DWR coating and mesh lining, it comes in solid white and two-tone navy blazer.
The Newport Jacket is a yarn dyed gingham bomber jacket with an embroidered felt patch on the left chest. It comes in two colour options – a solid black gingham and a patchwork-style multicoloured option featuring contrasting panels across the front, back and sleeves.
The Peak Tech Vest is our response to a growing interest in outerwear vests and gilets. This DWR coated ripstop nylon option comes with a full-zip front in a bold persimmon orange with contrasting black panels.
The Division P/O Hoodie is a colour-blocked pullover hood in french terry cotton with an embossed Huf Worldwide logo in the centre panel. Three multicoloured options are available, from subtle black through suave sycamore to bold blazing yellow.
The Tribeca Quater Zip Fleece is an understated french terry cotton pullover with a contrasting front zip pocket and sleeve panels. The athletic-inspired piece features Huf Worldwide text on both sleeves and comes in black and navy blazer options.
The Disorder S/S Woven Shirt is anther example of patchwork executions in this collection. It comes in combinations of either black stripes or multicoloured plaid with an embroidered 1984 logo on the chest pocket.