Casio has announced a new G-Shock colorway called the Hidden Coast Series which looks like a cross between something you can wear storming a beach with a drink you’d have at a luau.
The watches will come in multiple models including the analog-digital GA2000, the GA2100 (the so-called Casioak), and the “utility-inspired” GA900.
From the release:
The GA900 features matte resin cases and bezels, in earth-toned colorways. The industrial design is enhanced by the 10-sided bezel resembling the shape of an industrial fastener. The bezel is secured by four screws for a tough and rugged look that is synonymous with G-SHOCK. The GA900HC-3A has an olive-green bezel, beige and olive-green band with orange accents on the dial while the GA900HC-5A has a beige bezel, black and beige band, and yellow accents on the dial. The GA900 models have a 7-year battery life and an interchangeable band structure
Here’s the Casioak in all it’s bright and shiny glory.
And here’s the ani-digi GA-2000
And finally the Hidden Coast GA900.
The GA900HC-3A/5A at $130 will be available for purchase starting May 19th, while the $130 GA2000HC-7A/3A and $110 GA2100HC-4A/2A will be available for purchase at the end of May at Gshock.com.
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