Denim Bucket Hat
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Gramicci Japan Denim Bucket Hat
- Product code: G2SA-046
- Fit: one size
- Material: 100% organic cottoc, 100 oz.
History of Gramicci Japan
Gramicci was founded by Mike Graham in 1982. He participated in an "All Italian Ascent" at Yosemite Park's Half Dome and it was here that he soon realised that Mike didn't sound very Italian. He decided to call himself Gramicci. This name stuck when he started his outerwear brand in 1982. Due to the lack of fine climbing clothing, he decided to develop trousers with an extra piece of fabric at the crotch, a Gusseted Crotch. This allowed for more freedom of movement. Soon, the trousers were seen as the number one climbing trouser in the US and Japan. After the success of the Gusseted Crotch, another crucial feature was added: a built-in nylon belt. Today, Gramicci is seen as the pioneer of innovation in the outdoor industry. Where others do their best to keep up, the brand is always working on new, better technologies. Since a few years the brand has a Japanese department that combines the American innovation and experience in the industry with technical fabrics and a Japanese view on fashion.
Gramicci at Funkie House Rotterdam
Gramicci's clothing is inspired by outwear clothing, after all it's originally made to climb mountains. That's why the clothes are of very good quality! We at Funkie House Rotterdam think that the Japanese streetwear fits in well with our other streetwear brands. It is a unique addition that makes your streetwear look unique! We offer as wide a range of Gramicci clothing as possible, so we have Gramicci pants, sweats, cardigans and more! Discover all Gramicci at Funkie House Rotterdam or online at funkiehouse.nl.
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As Funkie House Rotterdam, we believe it is important to partner with brands that are sustainable and of top quality. We offer sustainable brands such as Susan Bijl, Nalgene, Elvine, Patagonia. Also our big streetwear brands like Obey, Carhartt WIP, Edwin, offer garments where sustainable organic cotton and and some items are also recycled.