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Montana clothing company sues over use of copyrighted camouflage design

ASAT Outdoors is taking Supreme to court
Posted at 9:51 PM, Dec 01, 2019
and last updated 2019-12-02 16:25:05-05

Montana clothing company All Season All Terrain (ASAT) Outdoors is suing New York-based fashion company Supreme for copyright infringement after Supreme sold clothing printed with a copyrighted camouflage design, according to court documents.

Stevensville based ASAT Outdoors filed the suit on Nov. 11 in New York District Court.

The Montana company claims to have owned the copyright on a camouflage design since it was created in 1985.

Camo design that ASAT Outdoors claims it has owned the copyright on since the designs creation in 1985.

Screenshots of Supreme New York's web site taken Nov. 5 showing two articles of clothing, a jacket and pair of pants for sale.

According to court documents, Supreme "copied the design and created derivative works of the design and placed it on their apparel such as hats, pants and jackets to sell on their website and in stores."

Supreme New York web site screen shot of jacket with allegedly copyrighted camo pattern.

ASAT Outdoors is seeking damages in the amount of $150,000 for each article of clothing put up for sale, plus the profits made from the items, and attorney fees.

The jacket and pants were slated to be in Supreme's fall/winter 2019 line.