GET READY TO HIT THE SLOPES IN SPRAYGROUND’S COLD WEATHER COLLECTION

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We are back to kick off the winter season right with our Cold Weather Collection. We are here to help you ride the slopes and take on the snow in style.

Notoriously known for our uniquely designed and trendsetting backpacks, bags, and other on-the-go accessories, we successfully launched our first apparel line in the midst of a pandemic, almost completely selling out in just a few days. Now, we are excited to be growing our repertoire with upscale, contemporary winter attire. Every item’s functionality consists of all winter activities from snowboarding to sledding to snowball fighting. Guaranteed to become your new favorite winter threads this holiday season.  

Each piece tastefully encompasses the Sprayground style with our signature shark mouth design and ‘Henny’ and camouflage patterns. We expanded our versatility to not only winter coats, but cold weather accessories as well. From scarfs to ski masks to beanies, we have you covered from head to toe for warmth, practicality, and unique self-expression. There really is something for everyone in this line!

 

We allow you to make a statement without having to break the bank. We are a leading competitor in the streetwear scene with their high-quality and fashion forward looks that are also affordable. And with the holidays quickly approaching and ski season right around the corner, the Sprayground Cold Weather Collection makes the perfect gift for everyone!

 

David Ben David, the Founder and Creative Director of Sprayground, commented on the upcoming launch: “ I believe that the Cold Weather Collection really completes Sprayground’s entire brand identity. We stuck with Sprayground’s standard purpose of being the perfect product for the on-the-go person, and worked hard to create products that are not only sensible for the winter season, but maintain Sprayground’s trendy presence. I’m very excited for this line.”

 

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