There must be something special up in Copenhagen, I start to think. I have never been there but the taste level that the production of Upfront reaches, induces me to think so. I don’t know if it’s the geographic position or the several design schools in that area but I am stoked every time I have to review a cap by this brand.
I love it when a brand can create something, let’s say overcharged, like that Aruba snapback that we saw here not long ago and something clean and minimal like this Cue 5 panel cap that we are looking at.
Made of PU suede (also known as alcantara) this unstructured 5 panel cap is the headwear solution for those that like to wear something that stands out yet discreet at the same time. Not all of us like to dress like rockstars, right?! With its total navy blue dress code (including stitchings on ventilation holes), this headwear piece sticks to the original formula of 5 panels: a short slightly squared visor that you can curve if you feel like and a wrapping crown that feels like a glove on your head.
Here on the cap worn by Alessandra U we get to see a new Upfront logo that we never saw before in the long list of caps by this brand already reviewed here. The evolution of streetwear (and headwear) require a box logo that can be helpful in many situations.
If you want to check more from the Danish grandmasters of headwear don’t waste one more minute: my review is nearly over and you can see the whole collection on Upfront website.