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Another month, another apparel collection drop for the esports organization 100 Thieves. The company has made a point to make clothing one of its cornerstones, alongside the obvious content and esports. The latest releases, which are called “No Camping,” is a fresh look compared to previous drops. While there are still pieces with the traditional logo, the team has changed things up and added some more color and design. Perhaps inspired by the common phrase “camping” in multiplayer video games, this collection drop should be popular with fans.
Looking at the 100 Thieves No Camping drop
As usual, there are different sorts of clothing items available. From the video and lookbook that 100 Thieves posted, it appears that there’s more than usual, however. Maybe this is to make up for the team’s previous collection, which was considered lackluster by many in the community.
— 100 Thieves (@100Thieves) July 13, 2020
As we can see from the promotional video, the new “No Camping” design is featured on multiple items. The design is quite unique, as it showcases a campsite and fire along with some text that reads: “100 Thieves Private Property No Trespassing Camping SZN.” The famous cream white hoodie, with the standard 100 Thieves logo on the front , features the design on the back. To go along with this, there’s also a new black hoodie, white and black t-shirts, and even a mask.
In regards to other pieces, there will be a black bucket hat and some black shorts and sweatpants. Overall, the new design is fresh and looks fantastic on the black hoodie especially. Fans can purchase any piece from the collection beginning on July 18, 2020 at 12 pm PT. As is customary, expect some major wait times on the 100 Thieves website when the apparel line drops.
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Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.