The mid-90's was the golden age for a lot of things, from grunge rock, to Alicia Silverstone, to misrepresenting yourself on AOL message boards as the much older Trent who made varsity basketball at Blanchet as a sophomore! Wait, no, a freshman! Splashing that golden age all over your clothes; Breezy Excursion. This fresh-to-death spring/summer drop of tees, sweatshirts, and lids takes BE's previous came-of-age-in-the-90's collections (classic professional wrestling, MJ-era NBA) next level with a bevy of gangsta rap inspired designs from an oh-so-gritty crew comin straight outta San Jose, where the real killer is traffic. And sharks. Highlights start with Chronic-repping tees including the "English Reserve" that boasts a black n' white image of the 40-filled-fridge from the "G Thang" video that also provides the series of topless volleyball player pics fronting "We Don't Love Them Hoes ", which is why a lot of farmers have moved towards automated machinery, and can't get laid. The rest of the freshness includes fitted ball-caps (including one emblazoned with Villain in red block letters), logo tees (a blown up shirt tag reading Breezy Excursion), and jackets like an Eazy-E-ish black job arted with crossed semi-autos and emblazoned with Regulators, an appopriate level of force given Wall Street's eagerness to change its evil ways. For that
warm spring Seattle weather there's also varsity-style fleece numbers rocking a big "B" on the chest, including a red hoody backed with the Fugees classic "we used to be number 10, now we're permanently one", which is a total misrepresentation, 'cause Trent plays the 3 and is, like, over 6 feet, and can bench plates, plus tens.