The Hundreds x UBIQ “Player” x Philadelphia Eagles Snapback

Philadelphia’s own generic cialis fda certified partnering with The Hundreds on the dui school oklahoma X UBIQ “Player” Snapback which can be seen in the gallery below.

The Hundreds X UBIQ “Player” Snapback was created in a grey and green colorway to complement the team colors of the NFL’s generic viagra reports. The hat features “Philadelphia” and “The Hundreds” written in raised white and green fonts, respectively, at the front, and a green snap closure at the back. Other highlights include “UBIQ ™” embroidered in white font on the right side of the hat, The Hundreds classic Adam Bomb logo embroidered on the opposite side and “HUGE” (from their motto) in green font above snap closure.

The hat will be available in limited quantities at UBIQ’s Walnut Street store in Philadelphia and the UBIQ Online Shop on Monday, November 30, 2012. It will also be available through The Hundreds’ Online Shop on Monday, December 3, 2012.

UBIQ is a premier lifestyle brand based in Philadelphia that caters to a devout clientele of street apparel and footwear enthusiasts alike. Founded by owner John Lee in 2001, the brand boasts an impressive roster of collaborators, including the likes of Nike, New Balance, Stussy, Bape, Reebok, Vans, Adidas, Converse, Kevin Lyons, Yis Goodwin, Adam Smith and Mitchell & Ness, among others. Besides UBIQ’s forward-thinking designs, consistently high-quality products and keen eye for showcasing budding up-and-comers, UBIQ also places a high premium on inspiring and being inspired by the quintessentially Philly culture and community which encompasses the brand.

Everyone here at UBIQ have always been fans with a ton of respect for The Hundreds brand and movement. We’ve been working with them for awhile so we wanted to collaborate on a product that we knew our customers and followers would appreciate. The colors we worked with were inspired by our city’s football team, The Philadelphia Eagles. Philly is a huge sports town and we absolutely back our home teams so we wanted to pay respect.”

-Paul Lee, UBIQ & Brand Director