Always Do What You Should Do and NOAH Drop Summer-Ready Collaboration

Featuring custom skate decks and surfboards.

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Following its graphic-heavy collection, British skate brand Always Do What You Should Do is uniting with NOAH to celebrate the end of summer. The collaboration is destined for vacation adventures with friends, taking over coastal cities in oversized apparel.

Always Do What You Should Do and East Coast native NOAH merge their laidback styles across T-shirts, crewnecks, and athletic accessories. Quirky NOAH lettering resides at the chest in mismatched sizing, while Always Do What You Should Do’s “@” emblem is drawn beneath. Similar motifs hit the back of green and grey tees with vibrant fillings, gliding under the sun on custom skate and surfboards tinted with green and pink waved permitters and collaborative branding.

Take a closer look at the Always Do What You Should Do x NOAH collection in the gallery above. The range will launch on August 5 via select retailers, such as Dover Street Market.

In other news, bootleg logos are “No Problemo” for Aries’ FW23 collection.

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