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Californian skate brand Girl celebrates 30 years of legendary Seattle rock label Sub Pop with a limited-edition capsule of decks and graphic tees.
On a quick trip to downtown Los Angeles, photographer Mike O’Meally papped skaters Rick Howard, Simon Bannerot, Niels Bennett, Griffin Gass, and Tyler “Manchild” Pacheco landing tricks with the fresh decks while rocking the tees.
Each T-shirt features an illustrative screen print, detailing a stacked record shelf combining Girl and Sub Pop branding. Color options include black, white, maroon, and grey. If that’s not your style, there’s a Sub Pop logo tee that comes in black or green.
Just as cool are the six new decks featuring illustrations matching the theme, each of which comes with a collectible 7-inch vinyl flexi-disc featuring music by Sub Pop artists.
Sub Pop was a key player in launching the “Seattle sound” (aka grunge), putting out early releases by Nirvana, Soundgarden, Mudhoney, and TAD. Current Sub Pop artists include Beach House, Shabazz Palaces, Fleet Foxes, and The Afghan Whigs.
Have a browse of the Girl x Sub Pop capsule above and be sure to cop the items of your choice from Crailstore below.
For more style drops, check out SWEAR’s minimal Nori sneakers.