Kith presents apparel and accessory pieces for summer with the new Kith Red Label 2.0 collection and the Kith x Herschel Supply Co. backpack.

The Kith Red Label apparel collection returns with three new shorts ($85 USD), all made in New York City and designed for comfort and style. The shorts feature a perfect fit that’s neither too baggy nor too slim and come cut to hit right above the knee with a stitched cuff. Each pair includes cotton twill fabric, Kith Red Label branding, a close stitched fly, a back right pocket, two front pockets and drawstring/elastic waist tightening.

Built with selvedge denim and durable Cordura fabric, the Kith x Herschel Supply Co. backpack ($120 USD) features a chambray main compartment interior with a soft black fur elastic laptop sleeve. The interior also includes an iPod/iPhone pocket with built through headphone access. The front of the backpack includes one smaller zipper pocket with a bright red plastic key holder, while the back of the bag uses camo Cordura fabric, padded mesh straps and a detailed selvedge carrying strap at the top. The full bag includes selvedge red/blue/white detailing, leather patch branding and heavy duty zippers.

The Kith Red Label 2.0 collection and Kith x Herschel Supply Co. backpack will be available in very limited quantities at Kith Manhattan, Brooklyn and online at starting this Friday, July 20th at 11am EST.

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I would hope you know who Tommy Ton is by now. The amazing street photographer has teamed up with Club Monaco to release a sleek navy British Millerain Co. built rucksack. More details over at GQ.

Michiya Suzuki, the General Manager of Red Wing Japan came to my shop with the editor of 2nd Magazine (See cover and feature here) and the first thing i noticed was this bag he was wearing. Before they got to ask me questions i was already asking them where i could get the bag he was sporting and when he pulled out that wallet to hand me his card, i lost it. Mr. Suzuki said he would send me the bag and i didn’t know weather or not to believe him because he was so polite about it. When these two pieces showed up at my office I was like a little kid in a candy store. These pieces represent quality, if you understand quality┬áleather you would know exactly what i mean and I am sure they are very pricey in Japan. A huge thank you to Michiya, i greatly appreciate the gifts.