Neighborhood was originally conceived as part of founder Shinsuke Takizawa’s motorcycle enthusiast interests; the lack of motorcycle apparel that was suitably functional and fashionable spurred Takizawa to create his own label.
Neighborhood’s mix of technical expertise, luxury construction standards, and classic utilitarian and subculture aesthetics made the brand a cornerstone of modern streetwear.
Sweatpants using thermo-dyed fleece that changes color at 25 ° C and above. Separated flap pockets are placed on both thighs and left foot, and ID logo is printed. Elastic waist and spindle are built in the waist.
If a size is not listed, it is sold out.
Thermochromic terry fabric
Changes color above 25℃ (77℉)
Flap pockets on both thighs and left shin
Printed ID logos
Elastic waist with drawstring
The material of this product uses a special dye that changes color with temperature. Depending on the usage conditions, the effect of temperature change gradually disappears and the background color appears. Since it is particularly sensitive to light, be careful when handling and storing it.