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Droors

Sure to spark some rich nostalgia in anyone who remembers Droors’ oversized clothing and distinctive graphics during the 1990’s, the latest collection features vibrant colour blocking and distinctive artwork that captures the original energy and aesthetic of the brand who have been welcomed back with open arms after 17 years of being on pause.

Seen in bold on the Flare 43 Long Sleeve T-Shirt the memorable Droors curved text logo design and custom typeface are emphasised through contrasting colour tones and large scale screen prints across the collection. Circular rubber emblems can be seen on the left sleeve of the plush Berreta Fleece which makes for a great layering piece throughout autumn and winter thanks to the use of polar fleece and a versatile button through shirt silhouette. Also visible on the Saxon Rugby Shirt which has a contrasting colour insert across the left sleeve that adds a playful touch to a classic style, the release marks the official reboot of Droors and captures the brand’s original energy with modern updates.

After hinting at a comeback in 2017 with a pop-up booth at the Agenda trade show,

Droors have officially returned and are staying true to their origins and heritage style with oversized cuts across denim, casual graphic printed t-shirts and bold hoodie styles. Shortly following a footwear collaboration with Perth based Butter Goods through the DC footwear line - which is of course known for being an outcome of Droors Clothing that has maintained its appeal since being established in 1994 - it’s clear that the team have some new ideas up their sleeves and are right on time with their return thanks to a surge in interest in ‘90s styling that doesn’t seem to be slowing.

Founded in 1992 by Damon Way and Ken Block, Droors was launched as a skate focused denim brand and quickly progressed into a full apparel line before the release of innovative DC footwear that became the leaders in performance, comfort and style for the era. Known for their iconic marketing ads which often featured their own take on luxury campaigns, snapshots of the team behind the brand and tongue in cheek phrases, Droors is one of the original and most celebrated skate brands to come out of the ‘90s and we’re stoked to see where this return takes them.

Sure to spark some rich nostalgia in anyone who remembers Droors’ oversized clothing and distinctive graphics during the 1990’s, the latest collection features vibrant colour blocking and distinctive artwork that captures the original energy and aesthetic of the brand who have been welcomed back with open arms after 17 years of being on pause.

Seen in bold on the Flare 43 Long Sleeve T-Shirt the memorable Droors curved text logo design and custom typeface are emphasised through contrasting colour tones and large scale screen prints across the collection. Circular rubber emblems can be seen on the left sleeve of the plush Berreta Fleece which makes for a great layering piece throughout autumn and winter thanks to the use of polar fleece and a versatile button through shirt silhouette. Also visible on the Saxon Rugby Shirt which has a contrasting colour insert across the left sleeve that adds a playful touch to a classic style, the release marks the official reboot of Droors and captures the brand’s original energy with modern updates.

After hinting at a comeback in 2017 with a pop-up booth at the Agenda trade show,

Droors have officially returned and are staying true to their origins and heritage style with oversized cuts across denim, casual graphic printed t-shirts and bold hoodie styles. Shortly following a footwear collaboration with Perth based Butter Goods through the DC footwear line - which is of course known for being an outcome of Droors Clothing that...

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