This hat is a three way collaboration with Sjobeck, Fast Eddies and Estate Los Angeles. Sticking to their Los Angeles Heritage and love for customizing the automobile, this hat is a throw back to rat rods and rockabilly culture. It features a black nu-buck front to give off that black satin paint finish, while the rear panels feature a 12oz grey denim with pinstripe embroidery and metal eyelets. The pinstripe is reminiscent to what you would find on an old rod. Last but certainly not least this hat features a serape under bill as seen in many low riders and rat rod interiors.
Only 30 of these hats were made, and 24 of them will be for sale today, July 21, 2007, at Fast Eddie’s Garage. The sales price is $50, and phone orders are accepted.
Devilock which was established in 1996 by Noriaki Endo has recently released their 2007 summer collection. Like previous seasons’ collections, Devilock stays true to their rock & roll style. Here is a look at some of the tees which features prints of skulls, skulls and more skulls. Available now at Subdivision.
Thanks to Guillotine, we have a first look at the adidas Skateboarding Spring/Summer 2008 footwear collection. The new collection will include sneakers such as the Superstar Skate, Roster Mid Top, Campus Vulcanized, Gazelle Skateboarding and others. Unfortunately these won’t be released until at least half a year later.
Solebox, as neaker boutique from Berlin, has once again collaborated with New Balance for a ‘Toothpaste Pack’. This pack will include two New Balance 1500 models that feature fresh and minty colorways. Solebox has also designed this sneaker to include, a mesh toebox, patent leather, suede and a gum sole. There will be two colorways available. Stay tuned for more release information.
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Weekly Drop, a podcast talking the latest in street culture, has released their 40th episode with an interview with Erik Brunetti from FUCT. Artist Erik Brunetti founded FUCT back in 1991 from his bedroom and is considered one of streetwear’s pioneers. In this interview, Erik talks about topics including art, parody ripoff and cycling. Check it out at Weekly Drop.