While thinking of Belmont Avenue may conjure visions of Boystown for one, it may evoke images of Belmont harbor for another, or the bustling “L” stop for others still. Like many Chicago streets, Belmont illustrates the city’s multidimensional nature. This style seeks to capture that flux with its angular shape, subtle cutaways, and soft beveling. Like Belmont Ave, it denies being pigeonholed through its dynamic spirit. Multifaceted colorways reinforce this idea; rich amber tortoise ash both blends and contrasts, plum blush combines both deep and soft colorations, and navy teal reveals its layers like a crashing wave.