MENACE Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary With “Decade” Collection


Los Angeles-based streetwear brand MENACE is celebrating its 10 year anniversary with the release of its “Decade” collection.

MENACE founder Steven Mena and his team have been working on this collection for the past six months, and the attention to detail is definitely noticeable. Straying away from the usual graphic-focused design approach, the collection places emphasis on washes, cuts, and hardware details.

The MENACE “Decade” collection drops February 29th at 12pm PST via the MENACE website. Learn more about each piece and check out the lookbook, campaign video, and detailed shots below.

MENACE Rivet Zip Hoodie
The hero piece for this collection is the Rivet Hoodie, which features a boxy fit, custom branded rivets, and even has MENACE branding on the zipper. This piece is offered in four washed colorways.
MENACE Canvas Work Jacket

This heavy-duty work jacket is constructed using heavy weight duck canvas, cotton lining, genuine suede labels, triple needle stitching, and deep back pleats. It is offered in jet black and vibrant red colorways.


MENACE Distressed “Shadow” Patch Football Shirts

The MENACE branding on this football shirt was created using a unique technique that involves loosely sewing on the patch, washing the garment, and then removing the patch to leave behind a shadow effect. It is then topped off with additional hand distressing on the patch. Offered in four colorways.

MENACE Steel Embossed Carpenter Pants

MENACE offers two styles of carpenter pants that feature steel embossed details on the pockets. Additional details include a suede label on the back pocket, custom branding on the front button, and an M shape on the back belt loops. This piece is offered in washed blue denim and washed black canvas.


MENACE “Precious Metals” Campaign Film


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