by Stephen Garner

Burton’s Mine77 label has released a new capsule collection with Japanese streetwear brand Neighborhood.

The five-piece capsule collection, consisting of four denim pieces and a reversible velvet jacket, is the last collection that Jake Burton Carpenter worked on before he passed away last winter. Jake, who designed all of the Mine77 collections from top to bottom since the line was introduced in 2018, worked closely with Neighborhood founder Shinsuke Takizawa in Japan on all of the pieces before he passed.

The capsule, which will be released in limited quantities, features military-inspired, functional denim designed in Neighborhood’s signature streetwear silhouettes. Highlights include the cargo pocket overalls, influenced by military deck pants with cargo pockets and snap closures, a denim 4-pocket jacket, which utilizes Neighborhood’s original 14oz selvedge, and a velvet reversible jacket that features velveteen face fabric with a vintage finish that breaks in overtime.

The collection, which retails between $299 and $399, is now available online at Burton.com in the U.S., Canada, and Japan, as well as in-stores at Burton’s Vermont, New York City, Tokyo, and Osaka locations.