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Moncler and Kith are teaming up to drop the flyest shit of the winter

Are you tired of being dumb brick and swagless?

Well there’s not much you can do about that, especially if you’re in the northeast/midwest this winter, and we all know money can’t buy you swag.

What it can buy you however is the newest and flyest shit out there.

Moncler and Kith have officially announced their joint line of winter clothing that you’re only going to see the rich kids or drug dealers wearing in these cold months.

The collection was first teased during this year’s New York Fashion Week for Kith (when LeBron walked the runway himself) and while we got just a preview, the new collection itself features much more than the signature puffer coat.

Everything from boots, to backpacks and hoodies will be available very soon.

The line will be available starting December 2nd and another drop will follow on December 9th only at Kith.

While the signature Moncler look and feel is evident coming from the European luxury brand, the subtle Kith accents and oversized logos make it unique.

Kith founder Ronnie Fieg says this is only a sign of things to come for his streetwear brand as they continue to cross over to the luxury market. In an interview with GQ he said,

“While all the pieces in the collection showcase both brand’s DNA, the Lachat really reflects the direction we’re headed as a brand.”

“RONNIE, WE HAVE A PROBLEM” 🔥 KITH X MONCLER #kithxmoncler #justus

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Teaming up with a brand like Moncler is huge for even for someone as accomplished as Ronnie Fieg and the brand he has built. Being able to bring Kith into a new market with one of the most trustworthy brands is more than a good look. It’s genius.

He continued,

“It is the most top-tier outerwear brand when it comes down to materials, construction, and style. When you think of most pinnacle cold-weather product, Moncler sits above the rest.”

God knows what the resale market is going to look like on this one. Let’s see how those prices look first though!