Hong Kong’s CLOT are set to release ver. 2 of their Worker shirt. Unlike the original ver. 1 created in blue, this upcoming release will incorporate a beige body with green highlights. CLOT also created various details for this shirt. The patches include the popular pop culture “hi my name is…” patch as well as a pen holder on the breast pocket. The shirt is also constructed of a heavier duty fabric so although it is a short sleeve shirt, it provides just enough warmth for the cooling climate. Available now at Juice.
Japanese label swagger has just released some new items as part of their latest collection. This drop of items includes a wide variety of items such as jackets, sweaters, t-shirts, denim and accessories. This collection also featured the use of some outside material sources such as Gore-Tex. Available now at swagger’s online boutique, choiceisyours.jp.
For over 10 years, Evergreen has serviced the Hong Kong skate scene. They recently relocated to a new location but will continue to offer their same level of service and extensive range of brands. As a thank-you to all the customers, 40 shirts in black (pictured) and 40 shirts in white will be given away to the first 80 customers. Each shirt is individually tagged.
Info Evergreen Skate Shop 9 / F., Capital Commercial Bldg. 26 Leighton Rd. Causewaybay Hong Kong Telephone: +852 2581 1272
As part of Nike Skateboarding’s October release, a new Dunk Low created by Takashi Hosokawa will be released. Back in 2003, Takashi also designed a Dunk Low with a similar black/gold colorway. This 2007 Takashi II features an off black leather upper with a suede toebox. Lasering can be seen on the back panels while a silver Swoosh and a heel tab are also highlights. Check your local SB dealer as these should be dropping within the this month.
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One time HYPEBEAST blogger, Hip-hop artist Lupe Fiasco has joined forces with jacket customizer Dr. Romanelli, artist Nathan Cabrera and British label Maharishi on an upcoming project. No word yet on what this collaboration entails but it should tie in with the December 18th release of Lupe Fiasco’s album, “The Cool”. Stay tuned for more details as they become available.
As part of yesterday’s spotlight on the Nike Huf Air Max 90 comes the follow-up Air Max 1 which is also part of the Hufquake theme. The Air Max 1, unlike the Air Max 90 offers a slightly more subtle application of the quake print. Fluroscent green accents and a gum sole finish off the sneaker. Check your local Nike dealers for availability.
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