BAPE has collaborated with BlackEyePatch for its latest capsule collection, drawing inspiration from their archives to reimagine and blend iconic designs from the early 2000s.

“Drawing from BAPE’s timeless pieces, this collection embodies BlackEyePatch’s ‘Tokyo’ identity, capturing the essence of the late ’90s and early 2000s,” BAPE announced on its website.

The capsule includes a range of apparel and accessories, featuring snowboard jackets and zip hoodies as standout pieces, both adorned with black BAPE CAMO.

Among the apparel offerings are graphic t-shirts, denim pants, crewneck sweatshirts, and sweatpants. The crewneck sweatshirts, available in black and gray, showcase a camo BlackEyePatch logo embroidered on the front and “A Bathing Ape BlackEyePatch Handle With Care” printed across the back. Additionally, the “1st Camo Shirt” is presented in green camo, featuring the “Handle With Care” logo on the back.

Accessories include co-branded trucker caps, socks, and BABY MILO plush dolls. The socks come in black and red variations, with “Handle With Care” printed on them.

For the campaign visuals, Tokyo-based music artists such as Eyden, Bonbero, Candee, Kaneee, Kohjiya, and Elle Teresa are featured showcasing the collaborative collection.

The collection is set to be available for purchase on Saturday, March 23, at both BAPE and BlackEyePatch webstores.