Following its Marrakech-inspired collection last month, London-based label Jehucal is continuing to broaden its ever-growing portfolio of lightweight tracksuits.
This time, the streetwear imprint is introducing a new shell jacket and shell trousers. Coming in a red color palette, the tracksuit has a 100% polyester microfibre exterior while its mesh lining makes for an extra lightweight feel. The jacket's side pockets feature YKK zippers with one main front zip that is a two-way zipper, giving space for added ventilation. The matching trousers also feature YKK zippers with two pockets on the front and one at the back.
Keeping the branding on the jacket playful, an embroidered "Smiley Face" logo has been integrated into the left cuff. Other aspects of the design include a Jehucal "Clockwork" logo on the front left chest, while the brand's mantra "Till Forever" is embroidered on the back contrast panel. The shell pants also feature the "Clockwork" logo on the front, while the "Smiley Face" is featured on the back-left pocket.
Along with the new tracksuit, Jehucal has also created a short film that draws inspiration from the '90s as an ode to comedy movies such as Spike Lee's Do The Right Thing. The video also plays on the popular question of "how do you say Jehucal" to create a comedic exchange between friends.
You can see the short film below and the shell suit tracksuit will be available on the official Jehucal website on June 11.
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