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sutsu summer twelve collection Very nice release from team Sutsu as usual, mixing eco-concious materials with strong, bold designs. Whilst I’m not a skateboarder I am interested in this couple of new decks they’ve released because they’re made with bamboo rather than the traditional maple deck, which apparently gives 3″ more ‘pop’, is lighter and stronger than maple, and of course is much better for the planet since bamboo is amazing. Another cool thing is that for every full-priced item bought at Sutsu this season the buyer will receive a native British tree for them to plant and grow, as part of their efforts to bring native species back to Britain after many were cut down in the 19th century for ship-building and rarely were they replaced.

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Say Hello To Aplomb Clothing

by Andy on November 5, 2008

This is a pretty cool brand, I can’t lie, none of the tees are totally blowing me away, but they’re all really solid designs that I’d be happy to wear, so they’re certainly consistent. However, I do utterly love this belt. Oh, and if you’re looking for an election angle to the posts today, Aplomb Clothing are based out of Washington DC, so, I guess that’s an angle.

Aplomb Clothing

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410bc and their Fall 08 lookbook

by Andy on September 10, 2008

I’ve commented in the past about how much I like the photographs that 410bc take of their tees, and their upcoming Fall collection appears to be no different if their latest lookbook is anything to go by. I actually bookmarked this quite a while ago and have only gotten around to posting it now, so this lookbook post isn’t actually a tease at all, almost everything in the lookbook is on sale in the 410bc store right now.

410bc (and see the res of the lookbook here)



I know this has little (pretty much nothing) to do with t-shirts but I thought it was worth a mention anyway. The Black Rock Collective (aka the Legion of Doom), who in the past have produced some incredible designs for Threadless and Design By Humans, and now they’ve put together another collaborative and multi-charactered design for Popdeck, the skateboard deck design competition. I hope I’m not shooting myself in the foot by posting this, since I’m wrestling with the prospect of paying $32 to have the $40 deck shipped to the UK, and I’m worried that it might sell out, so me promoting it shows just how much I like you guys, putting you ahead of my own selfish needs.Popdeck x Black Rock Collective Skate Deck (currently on pre-order, ships on the 22nd)

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