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Wednesday, 19 March 2014

TurboKolor Reaches UK Stores...


Fresh on The Polish express ,,,

Its not often we take on new brands , especially brand new ones to the UK .. We are massively careful
In what we sell , in fact theres a strick application process brands have to go through ..... Nah not really but we are very selective !!!     This new Brand is sick tho very Ltd stockists in the UK as they want to keep there distribution tight and in the better stores ...
Which means some exclusive shizz for the wearer!!!
eres what they say about themselves 

Turbokololor is a brand from the heart of Eastern Europe – Warsaw. Thanks to our skateboarding and eastern heritage, we have unique a understanding of the streetwear game. We still remember the times before the fall of the Berlin Wall, but at the same time we happily embrace the opportunities of today.
People are in the center of our collections and the design process is always influenced by the individual, his culture, city, music, arts and environment.
The company was founded in 2007 by the artist and designer Swanski, together with his childhood friends, who all shared the same passions. Turbokolor has so far released collaborative projects with Vans, Casio G-shock, New Era caps, Foreign Family, Akomplice, as well as world's best artists such Jeremy Fish or Will BarrasMarokM-City and Zbiok. Turbokolor. Powered by eastern enthusiasm.

Go check the site for more info   www.beatsworkin.net

Thursday, 13 March 2014

Thursday Skate Sessions start up again ..

So there may of been a bit of a gap over the Jan Feb period   but hey its bloody cold !!  so now the Sun has made its self known again we back out ...

        Thursday skate session are all about skateboarding , it's an informal gathering of dudes at barnstaple skate park  cos skateboarding is fun and doing it in a group is even more fun ..  Thats it  simple as that meet skate smile in that order.
 
             EVERYBODY is welcome  this is not an exclusive club     come meet some new peeps ..


7pm     Rollin Fam !!!


Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Work Experience Kids.... err i mean young people..

Every year we have a stream of Dudes asking for work experience positions , some end up being Top Chaps some .... Well they dont!    The dudes we have this year are just that dudes..

                 Most the jobs they get asked to do cant be much fun .... such as Fold this Move that Tidy here , Try and stick a flyer to the back of  a police car and get a picture ..  !  ..

                   So being as these beys like there Garms we offered them the chance to select an outfit and go Model it ... Bless um ....


Getting Ready ..


The Outfits 
Both the Lads were wearing Carhartt Summer 14 Shirts
Levis Denims
Nike Sb Koston Max-Danny
Nike Sb Stefan Janoski-Oscar

Both Lads had to walk back in there socks ....

Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Brixton And Thrasher Team up on a tour video Link Bellow

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPqpZT9Cs7w#t=602

Video called Water Hazards..

New Huf Spring Summer apparel Hits the store check out the Video of the lookbook

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZObSgv_CSo

Jordan 1 x Nike SB release....... On Its Way Release Sat 15th March Retail £110


“Originally crafted as a high-performance basketball shoe for budding star Michael Jordan, the Air Jordan I inadvertently brought innovation to skateboarding world. Celebrating this unforeseen answer to the needs of skaters, Nike SB and Jordan Brand collaborate to release the Nike SB x Air Jordan I. Multimedia artist Craig Stecyk brings his signature tribal visual identity to the design, taking cues from Northwest Passage, his art installation that prominently features bronze casting and spray paint.
The green-and black-upper features “AJ One SB” tonally scribed in a typeface designed by Stecyk that was originally featured in a leading skateboarding magazine in 1982. The same inscription also shows up on the insole. From the start, the Air Jordan I caused a stir among sneaker fans and basketball executives alike. Specifically when fines were imposed on Jordan for breaking uniform regulations after he wore the black and red editions during a game, the shoe's rebel image was confirmed.
The mid 1980s were a significant time for skating too — Vert was dominating, street was evolving and clothes were loud. Stecyk was on the scene to document it all.
Skating takes its toll on a shoe, and often punishes the wearer. The supportive ankle height and Nike Air cushioning of the Air Jordan I; the very things applied to help Jordan hit terra firma with immunity, were perfect for skateboarders needs. The premium leather was more durable than the baked rubber, canvas and suede of other models, and the Air Jordan I soon became a skate favorite. Fast forward to 2014: the Nike SB x Air Jordan partnership returns with a unique makeup created in collaboration with two icons of the industry who ushered in the shoe's adaptation — Craig Stecyk and Lance Mountain. As a hit skateboard video from 1987 gained popularity, images of Lance Mountain in the Air Jordan I took the world by storm. From that point on, the Air Jordan I became a part of skate history, and the fashion in which Mountain wore his sneakers was nothing short of iconic.”