Corteiz Is Showing That Leather Works in Yellow

If you’re a streetwear enthusiast from the U.K., the chances are that you’re aware of the work that Corteiz, and its owner Clint419 are up to. And while Corteiz has been making plenty of noise throughout London and the U.K.’s underground scene, the brand got its first batch of “mainstream” attention when the label hosted “Da Great Bolo Exchange,” an event where attendees were instructed to bring along a puffer jacket from brands such as The North FaceStüssyMoncler, or Supreme to trade for an unreleased Corteiz style aptly dubbed the “Bolo Jacket.” The event understandably went viral on social media, but along with the attention, Clint’s label donated the £16,000 worth of coats they received to homeless charities around the capital and beyond.

Since then, Corteiz has gone on to garner fans across the world with high-profile collaborations with the likes of Dave and Central Cee, along with its innovative marketing methods and the exclusivity that’s attached to each drop that only comes with a few hours notice. With this being said, the label has been relatively quiet as of late, but brand owner Clint has just been spotted in a new Corteiz jacket and it looks as if it’s bringing a new era of design for the label.

The new leather jacket has come in a bold yellow hue and is designed with debossed Corteiz branding on the chest and across the back of the boxy silhouette. And while some viewers of Clint’s Instagram tease thought the jacket could be a collaborative effort with leather specialists Avriex, Clint quickly took to his Instagram story to tell the rumored collaborators that a possible link-up is now “too late.” Rounding off the leather design, the jacket comes with a sharp and boxy collar, gun-metal zip pullers, and white tapered detailing around the sleeves and elastic waist. 

You can have a closer look at the latest tease from Corteiz above and be sure to keep an eye on the official Corteiz Instagram page for further updates.

In other news, take a look at the new puffer jackets from Patta.
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