enjoi x Casio G-Shock

Skateboard brand enjoi has had eco-friendliness on the mind often donating 55% of its money to Enviromental Protection Agency. The panda logo totting brand has enjoyed success on both the product front and video front with their debut video Bag of Suck taking home Transworld Skateboarding’s 2006 video of the year. Teaming up with G-Shock, they have released their own version of the popular and durable style in a cream/green colorway. Available now at STLESS.

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Skateboard brand enjoi has had eco-friendliness on the mind often donating 55% of its money to Enviromental Protection Agency. The panda logo totting brand has enjoyed success on both the product front and video front with their debut video Bag of Suck taking home Transworld Skateboarding’s 2006 video of the year. Teaming up with G-Shock, they have released their own version of the popular and durable style in a cream/green colorway. Available now at STLESS.

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