Eliminator

Bagjack and Eliminator Drop Technical Bag Collection
Fashion

Bagjack and Eliminator Drop Technical Bag Collection

Featuring Cordura fabric and Cobra buckles.

Update & Upgrade Your Wardrobe With These Online Japanese Retailers
Fashion 

Update & Upgrade Your Wardrobe With These Online Japanese Retailers

Platforms to discover unique and offbeat brands.

Chuck Inglish Releases New Instrumental Project 'Texturizer'
Music 

Chuck Inglish Releases New Instrumental Project 'Texturizer'

Seven new songs.

Eliminator x Fred Perry Shiny Bomber Jacket

Eliminator x Fred Perry Shiny Bomber Jacket

Japanese store Eliminator has taken to one of Fred Perry’s classics in the Bomber Jacket in a special collaboration for the 2008 fall/winter season. The vintage and timeless aesthetic of the 60s Bomber Jacket undergoes a contemporary refinement with the use of a shiny body complete with bright accented colors. Three colors in total are available, while each share the same silver body, yellow, blue and orange accents can be seen. Available now at Eliminator.

Eliminator x Michael Linnell Mega Messenger Bag

Eliminator x Michael Linnell Mega Messenger Bag

For Japanese retailer Eliminator, their 2008 Spring/Summer roster of products were created with a theme of “Future Tradition”, the mixing of classic and futuristic aesthetics. Case in point, this collaboration with messenger bag purveyors Michael Linnell (who have been a long standing provider for the UK Royal Mail) was designed to reflect a style of bag suitable for a space trip many years down the road. Sharing the unofficial title of biggest messenger bag alongside the Visvim E-Cat 28, the bag’s construction is top notch with the use of a perforated synthetic. Available now at Eliminator.


Eliminator x Ben Sherman Sports Shirt

Eliminator x Ben Sherman Sports Shirt

A little while back we reported on the “History is Made and Never Bought” collaboration between Ben Sherman and Baracuta. Ben Sherman is an original 20th century brand that celebrates its Mod/Ska association. Regular workwear and casual brands such as Schott, Carhartt, and in this case Ben Sherman are transformed into limited edition mutations via collaborations in Japan. This Ben Sherman x “Eliminator” collaboration is one such transformation. A standard narrow cut, that on close inspection shows extreme futurism. The materials, mesh, underarm breathability etc. go far beyond simple cut & sew. It is something you have to see to believe, and in contrast to bringing back a classic, Ben Sherman has brought the future to the present with a Jetson-esque fusion of the past’s interpretation of the far future. Source: Zozo

 
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