Burton has unveiled a look at its newest Mine77 collection, showcasing a 10-piece unisex capsule of hoodies, button-down shirts, casual bottoms and jackets. Diversity in fabrication plays a pivotal role in the design sensibilities, with materials including upcycled salvage flannel, corduroy and digitally-printed nylon helping to form a transitional and functional range.
The brand has infused tie-dye, plaids and geometric patterns across the styles for print direction, while colors such as "Purple Potion," "Blue Ribbon," and "Bronze Green" offer rich shades in solids. Garments such as the archival logo polo, New York-made cargo pants and terry fleece pull-overs and shorts are used in key outfits throughout the lookbook. Meanwhile, the "Weatherly" boardshorts bring in a collaborative item, highlighting a design in partnership with surfer Benji Weatherley.
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