After the successful release of their collection “Ratchet” in February, Bearskin Clothing, one of the most favored streetwear lines in the South, has done it again as they introduce their new collection for the summer. As if appending to the scorching heat, Bearskin just released Freight and Harbor.

As hot as it sounds, this new collection features cooling shades of navy, green and blue, complementary to their previous collection and still underlining cool comfort—which is very necessary to the season.


“Isn’t for everyone who is trying to find it; it is for those who cling to it.”

Photographed by Kiwii Genesis, styled by Carlos Bariuan and Zon Lee, and Cinematography by Ralph Mijares, the team behind the lookbook played around with chill earthy tones and utilized shadows to capture the laid-back vibe of the summer season. The “Bridge The Divide” Ringer tee pretty much embodies the collection’s clean, coolness.


Freight and Harbor marks the first collection to be distributed in their four local partner stores which lead Bearskin to redefine gateways—a huge leap of expansion. After a series of steps, the brand became more relevant than before. Making new ways to deliver freights for every pillar, both old and new, to harbor.

You can cop Freight and Harbor key pieces from their local partner stores, PURVEYR Post, Suez & ZapoteThe Good Neighborhood, and FLEX. Also available online @bearskinclothingco.

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