Diamond Supply Co. x In4mation x Gravis

Looking to create a collaboration piece that extended beyond the usual and often seen confines

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Looking to create a collaboration piece that extended beyond the usual and often seen confines of a t-shirt, Diamond Supply Co. and In4mation were fortunate to be given the opportunity under the new reign of Gravis footwear designer Kelly Kikuta. Gravis and big-brother Burton’s luggage line has become a strong force in the marketplace for its well-designed and solid products making this triple-threat project suitable for the Diamond and In4mation target and worldly traveler alike. Diamond and In4mation both wanted to create a bag which would fulfill all the requirements of industry heads always hitting up tradeshows around the world. The bag features the unmistakable Tiffany Aqua colorway with croc accents, a popular choice known to garner much attention since its original version on the Nike SB Dunk Low. These will be available in November only at In4mation and Diamond Supply Co. stores.

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