Slam City Skates & Anti Hero Collaborate on a Graphical Queen Elizabeth II Capsule

Taking on the “Classic Eagle” graphic.

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London’s Slam City Skates has teamed up with Antihero for a new capsule of essential skate pieces. The collaboration uses Antihero’s “Classic Eagle” graphic as a starting point, with the British store reflecting its home country in the reworked print.

The new graphic — which appears on hoodies, T-shirts and boards — sees an image of the Queen replacing the eagle’s head, with four dogs surrounding the picture as a reference to the Queen’s corgis. The print is then finished with custom Slam City and Anti Hero branding. To launch the collection, Antihero skater Raney Beres linked up with the Slam City team at Palace’s “MWADLANDS” indoor skate park for a new video. The full capsule is available now from the Slam City Skates web store.

In related news, check out the lookbook for Palace’s latest adidas Originals collaboration.

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