At it’s foundation, Brixton was a hat company, and we’re always pleased to see the focus isn’t leaving the accessories department any time soon. Dad caps, beanies, fedoras and highly recommended tailored caps fill pages showing off the most recent line up. Additionally, Brixton has released technically advanced shorts (that wick water, dry fast and pack into tiny little packages) and a diverse mix of short-sleeved tees, button-downs and tops that are dripping with the universal appeal of SoCal attitude.
The Wayne S/S Woven Shirt, $, is shown here paired with the Heist Beanie and Fleet Chino Pant.
The Palmer Crew Fleece, $50, is a 250-gram premium crewneck fleece. Shown here with the Heist Beanie and Toil II Chino Short.
The Novato Snapback, $28, is a five-panel cut-and-sew snapback with an embroidered patch, available in three colors (copper shown.)
The Monroe Visor, $38, is a translucent plastic visor, available in peach or black, with a genuine leather band.
The Lovitz S/S Woven Shirt, $59, will right in poolside.
Brixton has a comprehensive line up of new summer trunks, in a diverse variety of colors, styles and lengths.
The Barge Trunk, $59, is made with 2-way stretch poly/cotton fabric with water repellant coating.
The Riviera Poncho Pullover, $79, is a relaxed, loose fit pullover made with 100% cotton flannel fabric.
The Thirsty Cap, $42, an eight-panel moto-inspired floppy-brim cut-and-sew cap.
The all new All-Terrain Shorts, $69, are made with 4.5-oz. nylon ripstop with 2-way stretch fabric, with water repellant coating. They pack up into a custom dry bag.
The Central Short Sleeve Woven, $49, is a tailored button down, with a Brixton woven label on the pocket.
The Clive Washed S/S Knit, $36, has a vintage look but made with modern 150-gram jersey.