PSNY x Alpha Industries Bomber Drop

PSNY x Alpha Industries Olive Green Bomber

Checking Today’s PSNY IG, I came across these pix.  It’s another PSNY x Alpha Industries Olive Green Bomber Drop.  This time, it comes with a nice WNL (We Need Leaders) patch on the front. The pictures mention that it was released at a Party this past Tuesday (10/24/17).  Looks like attendees were treated to some delicious PSNY x MOET & CHANDON champagne.

I checked the PSNY website and so far, I see the first PSNY Olive Bomber, but not the new version. Hmmm. Maybe Sunday or Monday it will hit the site. I did hear it may also be at Saks and/or Bloomingdale’s.  I like this new version better with the WNL circular patch. What do you think of it?

Here’s a picture of my unfinished Holiday 2017 Bomber.  See you in NYC and Chicago in December! Cheers, Aloha and See You On The Streetz! SM@SB

I’ll have the finished version ready by late November 2017 and will post it here or on the Streetzblog Facebook page. BTW: The bomber in black, dark blue or green is on trend again this year and for a bit of a change of pace, check out some of the plaid wool bombers hitting the stores this month and next.  Plaid Bombers & Bold Plaid pants are in for Winter 2017 and Spring 2018.

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Posted on October 29, 2017, in HOT TREND ALERT, Public School, Streetwear and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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