X-LARGE

X-LARGE

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Founded 1991
Headquarters Los Angeles, CA, United States

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XLARGE is a prominent Los Angeles-based streetwear label, that is widely distributed in Hong Kong and Japan. Founded by Eli Bonerz and Adam Silverman in 1991, XLARGE was informed by diverse trends of skateboarding, rave, hip-hop, jazz funk, and the club scene. Along with selling the likes of Ben Davis, Carhartt, and vintage adidas and PUMA sneakers, XLARGE also sold its in-house line, which began with T-shirts printed with the brand’s now-iconic gorilla logo.
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XLARGE Joins BOUNTY HUNTER for Brown Version of the "GORIRU-KUN" Figure
Toys

XLARGE Joins BOUNTY HUNTER for Brown Version of the "GORIRU-KUN" Figure

Hikaru’s classic character.

XLARGE and atmos Deliver Nostalgic Take on the adidas ADIMATIC
Footwear

XLARGE and atmos Deliver Nostalgic Take on the adidas ADIMATIC

Reminiscent of Urahara of yesteryear.

X-LARGE RECORDS Drops "JINSEI" With OZworld and DJ Jam of YENTOWN
Music

X-LARGE RECORDS Drops "JINSEI" With OZworld and DJ Jam of YENTOWN

X-LARGE Records’ second single.

X-LARGE Joins Mizuno for Multi-Colored Court Select
Footwear

X-LARGE Joins Mizuno for Multi-Colored Court Select

Alongside a series of boisterous graphic T-shirts.

Hajime Sorayama and XLARGE Drop "Sex Matter" Exhibit Merch
Fashion

Hajime Sorayama and XLARGE Drop "Sex Matter" Exhibit Merch

A collaborative capsule celebrating the artist’s works at NANZUKA gallery.

XLARGE Remixes G-SHOCK DW-6900 With Contrasting Hues
Watches

XLARGE Remixes G-SHOCK DW-6900 With Contrasting Hues

Accompanied by subtle gorilla branding.

 
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