Over the past ten years, Obey has become synonymous with counter culture, self-empowerment, and streetwear. Shepard Fairey first came up with absurd stencil of Andre the Giant’s face while in college in 1989, and since then the image has become one of the most instantly recognizable in the fashion world. After designing Obama’s “Hope” poster in 2008, Fairey became a household name.
Obey designs are influenced by classic military uniforms, workwear, and the various cultures that Fairey has experienced. We just got a fresh new batch of crispy items from the iconic brand, so we had to let y’all know.
Winter is officially here, so it’s high time you started rocking the long-sleeve look. This buttondown features an all-over multi-color flannel print, but it’s not too bright, so you can rock it both casually and for more formal occasions. Rock this with a pair of Ovey pants by and stand out from the crowd this winter.
Denim will never be out of style. These slim fit pants feature a 5-pocket design, a button fly, and a leather logo patch on the back beltline. Wear these jeans with a colorful Obey t-shirt and you’ll be sure to stay ahead of the trends.
Sure, it’s not baseball season yet but you don’t wanna be one of 30 guys rocking a football jersey at the bar. This colorful baseball tee features a graphic at the front, contrast 3/4 sleeves, and an athletic fit. Pair it with slim jeans and sneakers for a laid back, low key look.
Inspired by the military, these 4-pocket pants feature an allover camo design, dual back pockets with button closures and a logo design on the back left pocket.