40oz NYC – Maison Martin Margiela-inspired “Numbers” Snapback Caps | Available Now

By - February 4th, 2013

40oz NYC   Maison Martin Margiela inspired Numbers Snapback Caps | Available Now

A playful take on fashion house http://maisonmartinmargiela.com” target=”_blank”>Maison Martin Margiela‘s product numbering system, http://40ozny.com” target=”_blank”>40oz NYC‘s newest “Numbers” Snapback Caps altered the familiar 0 to 23 scheme with the addition of a circled “40” at the end. To avoid any confusion, a large Gothic embroidery featuring the 40oz NYC namesake on the cap’s side panel. In either white letterings on black backdrop or an all-black design with just a white circle around the numeral 40, it recently made its http://freshnessmag.com/2013/01/23/40oz-nyc-margiela-inspired-snapback/” target=”_blank”>debut with Swizz Beatz during a photo shoot for Reebok. The Maison Martin Margiela-inspired “Numbers” Snapback Caps by 40oz NYC are now both available through its http://40ozny.com/shop/40oz-numbers-snapback-white/” target=”_blank”>online store. Since each is a limited run product, you will only have till Midnight EST tonight to finalize your purchase.

40oz NYC   Maison Martin Margiela inspired Numbers Snapback Caps | Available Now

40oz NYC   Maison Martin Margiela inspired Numbers Snapback Caps | Available Now

40oz NYC   Maison Martin Margiela inspired Numbers Snapback Caps | Available Now

40oz NYC   Maison Martin Margiela inspired Numbers Snapback Caps | Available Now

40oz NYC   Maison Martin Margiela inspired Numbers Snapback Caps | Available Now

40oz NYC   Maison Martin Margiela inspired Numbers Snapback Caps | Available Now

40oz NYC   Maison Martin Margiela inspired Numbers Snapback Caps | Available Now

40oz NYC   Maison Martin Margiela inspired Numbers Snapback Caps | Available Now

40oz NYC   Maison Martin Margiela inspired Numbers Snapback Caps | Available Now

40oz NYC   Maison Martin Margiela inspired Numbers Snapback Caps | Available Now

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Not affiliated or endorsed product? Sounds like a lawsuit coming up.