Update (11/09/19): The Hundreds and Half Evil are less than a week away from releasing their first ever collaborative collection. Both The Hundreds Los Angeles and the Half Evil Store in Chicago will have $3.33 T-Shirts, a limited number of woven rugs, and more while supplies last.

The Chicago store will be open on November 14 from 3pm to 7pm, with an after-party celebration at Prosper Skateshop (RSVP here). An online drop is expected at 3:30pm CST on halfevilco.com.

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Original Story (11/01/19): Bobby Hundreds has given much praise to Half Evil, constantly shouting them out in interviews and calling them one of his favorite newer streetwear brands. The streetwear veteran loves the brand so much that he will soon be dropping a collaborative collection with the young newcomers.

Half Evil has only been around for a little over two years now, so for them to get a co-sign from a big brand like The Hundreds shows how big of an impact they’ve made in the streetwear scene in such a short time.

Details on what the collection actually consists of are currently very limited. A tweet from Half Evil mentions a collection of rugs, 80 to be sold online and 10 in each brand’s store.

A tweet from Half Evil’s founder Samuel Grimaldi mentions the release of a $3.33 tee, a concept that’s existed since the brand’s conception. The $3.33 is as a product that everybody can afford and serves as a ‘fuck you’ to other brands that rob the youth with their overpriced tees printed on cheap blanks. The tweet also mentions that inventory is super limited since every single item is premade.

Half Evil also replied to questions on their collab announcement post on Instagram and  confirmed the release of hoodies and sweatpants. We’ll give you a full look at the collaborative collection once more details become available, but for now get ready for a release on November 14th online, at The Hundreds’ flagship in Los Angeles, and at the Half Evil store in Chicago.

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