Grassroots has just dropped a new collection in collaboration with Denver based artist Clinton Reynolds. Let’s take a deeper dive.
Grassroots began making hats for a documentary film they were producing in 2009. Since then they have created fitted hats and snapbacks for some of the biggest names in the industry. Artists ranging from Method Man to the biggest names in the jam scene like Jerry Garcia and Griz to namedrop a few. Today Grassroots provides cutting edge state of the art designs in every item they create. They have thrived to be an industry leader by paying attention to every detail, and providing environmentally friendly hats constructed with hemp, recycled aluminum cans and ballistic material. It’s the little details that matter with Grassroots.
Clinton Reynolds was born in New Jersey and decided to call Denver his home several years back. He not only collaborates with Grassroots, but he’s a personal friend of the brand. His intricate style combined with the attention to detail from Grassroots created a symbiotic relationship for this collection. The one item we can’t take our eyes off is this Crossing the Gap Snapback. Each item is limited to just 150 pieces! If this is just a glimpse of what’s to come in 2021, we can’t wait to see what’s on the horizon.