This Saturday July 14th, the soccer field at Crossroads School in Santa Monica will be the location of some furious soccer action as this year’s adiCup Los Angeles goes down. Building on last years success, this years tournament looks to be a great time with 20 teams made up of some of your favorite LA business’ and brands vying for the top prize. The tournament will also provide drinks, BBQ and music by DJ King Britt.
adiCup Los Angeles 2007
Saturday, July 14th
Crossroads School Soccer Field
1715 Olympic Blvd. Santa Monica
12:00pm – 9:00pm
Japanese heavyweights Bounty X Hunter hooked up with California-based shop Commissary to produce some t-shirts featuring the slogan “All Other Stores Suck!”. They will be releasing the tee this Saturday, July 14th, in both and black and white colorways, only at Commissary.
3695 5th Ave
San Diego, CA
Commissary Costa Mesa
2981 Bristol St. B6
Costa Mesa, CA
California based RVCA has teamed up once again with photographer, The Cobra Snake, to create a new limited edition artist series tee. The Cobra Snake says the shirt will remind you of bubble gum, cotton candy, doing math, going swimming, aerobics, strawberry milkshakes, and jail. The shirt is limited to 300 pieces and is available now in both mens and womens sizes, direct from The Cobra Snake.
The Cobra Snake is also running a contest. Order the shirt and take a photo wearing it, send in your photo, and the best photo wins the next shirt for free!
Nike has created these fitted caps to match to match with Bobbito’s first Air Force 1 release. Much like the theme of Bobbito Garcia’s AF1’s, the hat features many of the same elements, everything from the colorway to the use of the basketball and vinyl as symbols. On one of the rear panels, a striped pattern is used as opposed to a solid color and features a “One Love” embroidered logo. Available now at select Nike Dealers.
Image: Strictly Fitteds
Come August, adidas is set to drop more styles off of their skateboarding line. First up are these understated Stan Smiths that are done up with a black suede upper and complimented by yellow accents. Differentiating from the normal Stan Smiths, the functionality (extra padding, abrasive resistant technology) of these kicks make them ideal for some late-summer shredding. Check for them on August 1st at adidas skate retailers, theyÃ¢Â€Â™ll run you $80.