Slam City Skates Celebrates Its 30th Anniversary With Dickies Collaboration

A clothing pack made for shredding.

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To celebrate its 30th anniversary, Slam City Skates teamed up with Dickies on a new capsule. It’s a veritable alliance for London’s one-stop skate shop whose devotees rely on apparel that can take a brutal beating. And who better to join forces than the American workwear stalwart? The collection features Dickies’ classic 874 trousers, tonal T-shirts, and a long sleeve workshirt to name a few. Slam branding is also prominent throughout the clothing pack.

Head over to Slam City Skates’ official website to view all of the items in the collaboration, here.

To further promote the release, Slam skaters Darius Trabalza, Danny Brady, Neil Smith and Jamie Morley take the line to London’s streets which can be seen in the video spliced by Mark Jackson below.

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