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Frankie Collective's Vintage Rework adidas Cargo Pants Are Just What You Need

Hurry, because some sizes are already sold out.

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Frankie Collective's Vintage Rework adidas Cargo Pants Are Just What You Need

Hurry, because some sizes are already sold out.

For those who don’t already know, Frankie Collective is a Vancouver-based label which recreates old garments from brands like adidas, Nike and Champion into new women’s clothes. The streetwear brand recently dropped a pair of Rework adidas Cargo Pants which sold out – fortunately the item has been restocked, this time with an added colorway.

Featuring pockets upcycled from vintage adidas windbreaker jackets, these pants arrive in black with accents of neon green and signature adidas branding along with the iconic three stripes along the sides. The added colorway is a set of navy-colored pants with baby pink zipper and pocket details.

Frankie Collective’s restocked Vintage Rework adidas Cargo Pants are now available at the brand’s web store, retailing at $99 USD. Cop your own before they run out, and while you’re here make sure to check out this list of Canadian streetwear brands you need to know.

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