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HBSuper knows how to get us in sound shape for summer. For their latest spring/summer lookbook, the audiophile-friendly hoodie makers tapped photog Quang Le to whip up a retrotastic barbecue party with all the high temp essentials: kiddie pools, bounce houses and even a giant two-story gorilla.
Shot in sunny Costa Mesa, the hyperchromatic campaign features the LA-based (and Betty White-backed) brand's headphone-bedecked gear, which was all inspired by '90s teen TV series, Saved by the Bell (this has Zack Morris written all over it.) Take a peek at a few more scenes from the shoot and check out the dreamy vid—set to the tunes of LA garage band Tijuana Panthers—after the jump.
Dig it? See the full lookbook here and shop HBSuper's hi-fi hoodies here.
· HBSuper [Official Site]
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