It’s hard for some brands to be original when creating new streetwear these days, but it’s never the problem for RIPNDIP. The RIPNDIP Spring 2018 collection is now available!
Los Angeles-based RIPNDIP is known for its playful, fun-loving approach to both skateboarding and streetwear. See what’s new, including the all new “must be nice” condoms, new colors in the Lord Nermal shirts, new colors for Lord Nermal pocket tee/backpack/Ripped beanie/board, Dead Rose hoodie, Nermal Camo cotton coach jacket, Nermal 3M shoulder bag, Pill Plush pillow, RIPNDIP spring 2018 stickers pack, and Peek a Nermal sweat shorts, among other things! Check out all the fresh new RIPNDIP gear below!
The skate-minded creative forces at RIPNDIP delivered eye-grabbing patterns that appear on everything from socks to matching short and T-shirt sets, while an assortment of long-sleeved shirts and hoodies are emblazoned with a wide range of referential graphics for Spring 2018.
Blending RIPNDIP’s LORD NERMAL character with symbols ranging from The Grateful Dead to The Great Wave off Kanagawa which is perfect for the cool kids who stay on that next level. It’s exactly why Tyler, the Creator has been seen rocking the all-over cat print gear. If you don’t know, now you know.
Crooks & Castles collaboration with Pro Era has launched and is a huge hit. Crooks did not just stop a their Connoisseur collection for Summer 2015, but also created this awesome collab. Pro Era New York hip- hop collective is one of the leaders of the new school in music. Pro Era turned their tour merchandise into being street wear vendors as well. With both brands being heavily invested in hip- hop culture, there is no doubt that these clean, co- branded pieces will sell.
The range of ProsxCons includes logo t- shirts, hats, hoodies, and crew neck sweaters. Styled from Pro Era’s roots, the colorways are red, green, and black for a Rasta inspired color scheme. Pro Era movement and Joey Bada$$ continue to influence kids worldwide. Crooks & Castles consider themselves a true LA band and are advocates of hip- hop along with the appreciation of emerging brands like Pro Era. We encourage and support great street wear brands like C & C and love to see other brands like Pro Era continue to grow!
Rasta colors make for an excellent color palette and design! You can see how they mixed the two logos of Pro Era and Crooks and Castles here.
This picture captures Pro Era repping PROSXCONS with swag.
How sick is this graphic rendition of the statue of liberty!
HUF Arena Series
ARENA LOW-TOP // NEW SOCCER-SHOE-INSPIRED LIGHTWEIGHT CUPSOLE STYLE // SUEDE AND LEATHER UPPER WITH DEBOSSED LEATHER LOGO PATCH ON TONGUE // IMPACT RESISTANT CUSHION GEL HEEL INSERT // DOUBLE-STITCHED TOECAP // QUILTED TOE VAMP FOR ADDITIONAL PADDING AND COMFORT // BREATHABLE MESH INTERIOR LINING
HUF ARENA Series provide the dependable safty for foot when you skating. HUF ARENA series have four colors red, blue, black and grey. In fall, the best skateboard shoes for you just HUF. You will not regret, try to get one!
Reference: HUF Online Store
photo by Lula Apparel
HUF is proud to release Joey Pepper’s first-ever signature shoe, the Pepper Pro. As part of the Huf skate team, Joey personally deigned this with skaters in mind. Equipped with extra toe wrap, reinforced ollie panels for wear-resistance, Pepper signature “Deer” logo on the tongue and insole inspired by Joey’s love for the outdoors and his unique lifestyle.
Learn more about Joey Pro Model here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2KWXsL8eifc
1984 // WOODLAND CAMO
PEPPER PRO // NAVY / RED
HUF FUCK IT SOCKS // WHITE, CAN CREW SOCK // GREEN
HUF PLANTLIFE SOCKS SP13 // BLACK / LIME, GREY HEATHER / BLACK, AQUA / PINK
Stussy’s spring’13 collection has the perfect items to keep you athletic yet fashionable during your favorite activities. Stussy’s lookbook, shot in Venice Beach by renowned street wear photographer Kenneth Cappello, is a great representation of the clothes being put to use. It features some key staple pieces such as bucket hats, snapbacks, polo shirts, crewnecks, and lightweight chino pants.
Kenneth Cappello http://www.kennethcappello.com/portfolio/index.php
The climate is getting colder, so you need something to keep you warm. How about wearing the O.E. REBEL EIGHT SCARF and a R8 MIGHTY snapback when using the SKULL ZINGER Skateboard Deck shred the streets with your homies.
Skater of the Year is an annual event given by Thrasher Magazine. The event started in 1990, and it has become one of the most respected awards in the skateboarding society. Unlike a competition with judges, Skate of the Year is chosen by votes of the Thrasher readers. This Year, the most vote goes to Grant Taylor.
Grant Taylor’s father Thomas was also a pro skater in the 80s. He started a skate shop in 90’s, where Grant was born and raised. Grew up in an environment with skateboards all around the wall, he was closely inspired and participated in the production industry along with his father.
Remy Stratton, a photographer and skateboarder affiliated with Volcom who has met Grant Taylor when he was a young as two years old, cannot help but be amazed. When Grand was six, he was already recognized as a talented skater who was well blending in to the surrounding adults despite his age. Ever since he was little he dares to shred anything that comes up to his path. He has devoted his life into skating, and we are proud to see him entitled the Thrasher Magazine’s Skater of the Year.
Also check this video of when Grant was small
Upon the 30th year anniversary of our friend THRASHER MAGAZINE, Volcom STONE-AGE is proud to be a collaborator to celebrate their success. Volcom STONE-AGE is our clothing and accessories branch closely inspired and designed for skateboarding. Our friend THRASHER MAGAZINE is a publisher for monthly skateboarding magazine found in 1981 by Kevin Thatcher, Eric Swenson, and Fausto Vitello, which carries articles and photographs of skateboarding subjects, as well as designs of clothing and accessories too. Volcom has been heavily inspired by Thrasher in our skateboarding industry, and we are honored to collaborate and bring this limited edition works. STONE-AGE have designed tees, jackets, and caps bearing the name THRASHER MAGAZINE and SKATE AND DESTROY logo.