New Indoor And Outdoor Harlem Gear For Fall, From Flip Flops, To Phones Cases And More

While the weather isn’t quite into pile-it-on temps yet, we seem to be a bit out of summer’s most brutal heat.

And as more and more fall gear hit stores, the urge to bundle is strong. Thankfully, today’s best new arrivals from the trunks of Harlem World Gear offer pieces to bridge the gap—like Harlem flip-flips for the house and the Harlem heavyweight Hoodie —as well as a few cozier options you’ll be glad to have on hand for any time of the year.

Flip Flops

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The park is calling, and these flips flops are your answer! Pay ode to the summer and free your toes. Live, work, and play with your toes exposed. Life really is a park.

BUY NOW: $43


Not just for cowboys and bandits, these square bandanas take on your artwork or text in full, vibrant color. Fashionable and functional, mop your brow, protect your neck, or display your school spirit with a custom bandana.

BUY NOW: $23

Phone Case

This form-fitting, featherlight Case-Mate custom case provides full coverage to your Apple iPhone X while still keeping your device ultra sleek and stylish.

BUY NOW: $43


This basic t-shirt features a relaxed fit for the female shape. Made from 100% cotton, this t-shirt is both durable and soft – a great combination if you’re looking for that casual wardrobe staple.

BUY NOW: $26


Enjoy the comfort of this warm and toasty pullover hoodie. You’re going to love it. We’ve made it from a 10oz. cotton-poly blend with a 100% cotton face. It has set-in sleeves and double needle-stitched armholes and bottom band for durability.

BUY NOW: $73


Accent your home with custom pillows and make yourself the envy of the neighborhood. Made from 100% grade A cotton, these pillows are the perfect complement to your couch.

BUY NOW: $59

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