Surprisingly not named after the burgers at Sir Mix-A-Lot's favorite Broadway destination, this Japanese gearist's late-summer drop is exclusively available through north-of-the-border guy-tailer Haven, and, like all of Deluxe's wares, combines casual functionality with high-quality fabrication, a mix embodied by their motto "the street tailor", as opposed to the Street Taylor, which now only describes the plight of the youngest kid on Home Improvement ever since that show got canceled. Some of the rock & roll-inspired highlights include:
1. The Aaron Shirt: This double-gauze plaid number comes in red or yellow, boasts an offset pattern'd pocket, a red checkered lining, and sleeves that're 3/4 length, which, in future drafts, is how Jay Bilas plans to refer to perimeter players with LeBron's height and game-finishing abilities.
2. Chess Record Tee: Made in Japan
while Bobby Fischer feverishly employed the Latvian Gambit, this heathered cotton tee is subtly arted with the former address of the famed Chicago record label.
3. The Vito Hat: Class up your head with this short-brimmed fedora detailed with a Deluxe logo pin, and constructed from breathable polyester mesh that actually looks/feels damn cool, meaning people might stop shouting "Tool Time" whenever you get to a bar.