BAPE Debuts New Pastel Camouflage Collection Ideal for Spring

Hoodies, T-shirts and caps in baby pinks and blues.

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BAPE returns to unveil its new pastel camouflage collection. The latest line is filled with graphic T-shirts and outerwear pieces accentuated with the brand’s beloved camo prints.

Standouts in the range include an eye-catching patterned hoodie and pastel-toned oversized sweaters. If you’re more of a classic type of shopper, the line is also marked by zip-up jackets which have matching sweatpants. Additionally, graphic APE Head tees are featured in the range in white and black. In total, the collection is vibrant and offers wearable separates perfect for the upcoming spring season.

BAPE’s pastel camouflage-filled collection will be available on March 2 at A Bathing Ape storefronts. Take a look at the entire range in the gallery above.

While you’re here, take a look at BAPE’s new Ape Head wireless charger.

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