XLARGE takes on British label, The Duffer of St. George, pooling together both label’s design aesthetics and style to recreate the former label’s The Action Suit which was created in the nineties. Putting casual American with Japanese sense of fit alongside the relaxed genteel quality of The … READ MORE
Seasonal collections are always made about a year or so in advance and many of the major street wear labels follow this simple method however even the seasons are becoming a little more ambiguous as the internet allows customers to order in advance. Such is the case … READ MORE
Since the market is incredibly saturated with graphic tees, it’s difficult to find one that stands out. However, XLARGE manages to quell that dilemma and enlisted the help of Fred Flintstone and created a Flintstone-esque Cave Man Tee due to release next spring. This great childhood throwback … READ MORE
The Japanese division of XLARGE have recently released some Varsity Baseball Jackets with traditional aesthetics. Three colorways are produced in black, grey and blue and contrasting colored sleeves and detailing. The black colorway is the most basic and classic with black wool body matched with black smooth … READ MORE
After Supreme and NEIGHBORHOOD (NBHD), Mickey Mouse is living XLARGE this fall with another collaborative apparel collection. Dropping this Saturday at XLARGE stores in Japan and online at ZOZOTOWN, the first Disney collab items to surface for grabs are tees and graphic lined denim for both adults … READ MORE
Established in 1945 as an outdoor specific watch brand, Dakota have produced watches with high functionality and XLARGE Japan have managed to team up with Dakota for the second time for another watch. As with the previous collaboration, the popular Dakota Angler model was chosen once again. … READ MORE
Since 1983, Manhattan Portage has been known for producing bags with the motto “A Bag For Everyone”. This motto is still evident as they produce various styles of bags for all walks of life. On the other hand, XLARGE is one of the originators of the street … READ MORE
As Japan’s Samurai Magazine turns the big 1-0, marking it’s decade of making it in the brutal print industry, the magazine had collaborated with XLARGE Japan to create a commemorative “Gorilla Camo” Capsule Collection for the landmark birthday.
The story of XLARGE started in November of 1991 on Los Angeles’ Vermont Avenue. Then a hub of distinctive urban trends, from skateboard, street art, to the underground Hip-Hop movement, activities that later became the core of the Generation X identity.