Experience the Art of Rule-breaking Cozy

For Fall/Winter 2022, we made it our mission to take cozy to uncharted levels. A reimagination of the casualwear mainstay known as the hoodie, the Bunny is designed for the heat-makers and rule-breakers of today, tomorrow, and the future. Crafted in new silhouettes from endlessly plush textiles reminiscent of its spirit animal, these are the hoodies that provide heavy-hitting warmth engineered to take you into winter. Our new collection of Bunnies is centered upon the notion that when you feel warm and comfortable, there’s nothing that can hold you back—in true Moose Knuckles form.

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State XL Bunny

Oversized, silky-soft and as stately as the name suggests, experience the empowering feeling of the unisex State XL Bunny.

Classic Bunny

Classic Bunny

Bergen Bunny Bomber

Bergen Bunny Bomber

Portland Bunny

Sleek, modern, and some may even say looking for trouble, the Portland Bunny evokes a rebellious attitude engineered for to keep you warm on brisk days.

The Fall/Winter 2022 Bunny Campaign

Shot by the acclaimed photographer Luis Alberto Rodriguez and styled by guest Artistic Director Carlos Nazario of i-D fame, the FW22 Bunny campaign depicts an early ’90s-inspired fantasy of what cozy means for creatives on the streets. As part of our Heatmakers initiative to spotlight rising talent in our community, it features R&B singer Kaash Paige, skateboarder Lil Dre and model Jaychelle as the faces of our campaign. The plush and oversized pieces allow for movement, and the result is a celebration of rule-breaking rebellion with the Bunny hoodie as fall’s must-have protective layer for youth culture.

Is yours a good or bad Bunny? That’s entirely up to you.

Tilden Zip Up

Tilden Zip Up

Tilden Zip Up

Tilden Zip Up

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