Posted by marc February 22, 2016

Back in December, Medicom and Stussy released 1000% and 100% Be@rbricks to commemorate the streetwear brand's 35th anniversary. The 1000% version came wrapped in a textile printed with Stussy's "Tom Tom" print, itself a tribute to Aboriginal patterns. Last week while we were in NYC, we hit up Stussy's local chapter to grab a few photos of this weird collab. Their $425 price tag is probably the reason three of these guys are still standing in the shop, but that doesn't make them any less amazing. Check out the photos below!

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