Turntable Lab x Stussy "Beats" Tees

Turntable Lab, the store which sells all sorts of DJing equipment, has teamed up with Stussy on two new “Beats” t-shirts. One of the tees feature a drummer boy graphic with the names of various DJ’s on the back while the other tee has an assortment of instruments and also names of DJ’s on the back. Both styles come in two colors and are now available at Stussy Japan.

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Turntable Lab, the store which sells all sorts of DJing equipment, has teamed up with Stussy on two new “Beats” t-shirts. One of the tees feature a drummer boy graphic with the names of various DJ’s on the back while the other tee has an assortment of instruments and also names of DJ’s on the back. Both styles come in two colors and are now available at Stussy Japan.

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