In movies, conflicting personalities are constantly uniting for a common cause -- Murtaugh wasn't fond of Riggs, and Hooch clearly despised Turner, as did everyone else. Joining forces to keep you from being naked, 10 Deep's contrarily styled spring releases.
Named for "the collective strength of 10 fingers", 10's just dropped two new lines: "Nineteen Ninety-Now", ostensibly intended as hyper-casual, post-college prep-wear, and "Keep It Moving", inspired by bike messenger culture -- not a likely place to find a prep, unless he's a stockbroker who's just lost millions of dollars, and his name rhymes with Schmevin Blacon. Not quite as preppy as the designers claim, 1990-Now covers button-ups ("Hardison Poplin": blue or black, w/ thick orange & white plaid), hoodies ("Big 10 Zip Hood": black or red, emblazoned w/ torso-length "10"), pants (drawstring "Deeper Dots" cargos: black, w/ silver mini-dot texture pattern), jackets ("Zeitgeist": red nylon & twill, with "New World Order" written upside down), and tees like "Immortal": Karl Lagerfeld's half-Terminator head, presumably about to say "Your clothes. Give them to me, now, because they're awful". Meanwhile, "Keep It" runs more utilitarian, with light jackets like the "Kissena Park" (black fully packable nylon, w/ 3M reflective red, blue, & white striping) and the weatherproof, sealed seamed, triple-layer bonded, blue nylon "Amalgamated Shell", plus shorts like the five-pocketed, circular seat-stitched, duck camo, military green & tiger striped "Armageddon Convertible Camo" -- because after the nuclear apocalypse, you'll definitely want to stroll around with exposed calves.
Deep's also put out new hats, like the melton wool, faux-rotary-sealed "X-Deep" -- also, the unrated version of Splash Tom Hanks doesn't want you to see, but Hooch does.