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Polar Skate Co.

Polar Skate Co.

This summer sees Polar Skate Co. introduce a fresh selection of goods reminiscent of ‘90s skatewear with a certain character that makes the independent brand one of the industry’s finest. Known for custom oversized silhouettes, key designs such as the Karate and Surf Pants, Big Boy Jeans and Stroke Logo T-Shirt remain firmly in place with summer updates such as new fabrics, colour tones and graphics created by guest artists such as Isaiah Kennedy and Tynan Kerr.

A certain nostalgic edge is noticeable throughout the range with bright colour bursts, busy prints and wash effects that take us back to beach days during the late ‘80s and early ‘90s. The Jean Jacket is an immediate classic with a bleached look that can be layered with almost anything whilst the monochrome TK Art Shirt and Cell Jacket have stand out decoration twhichhat makes either a bold edition to casual ensembles. Whether you’re in the city or heading to the beach, the Polar Seersucker Swim Shorts are a true essential for the warmer months thanks to their ability to be worn in and out of the water. We’d suggest wearing them with any new graphic tee from the collection, whether you’re into the colourful reverse

graphic by Tynan Kerr on the Memory Palace Fill Logo Long Sleeve T-Shirt, appreciate the reference to one of Polar’s first feature films on the I Like It Here...T-Shirt or want to show your support for Polar’s newest recruit Shin Sanbongi with the appropriately named Shin T-Shirt. Known for his memorable, fluid skate style, Shin Sanbongi’s official arrival onto the team in April has been celebrated through a custom Freedom Wheel Well Surfshape Deck with a detailed illustration by Isaiah Kennedy that pays homage to Shin’s hometown of Chigasaki, the birthplace of surfing in Japan.

Last summer saw Polar Skate Co. join forces with Nike SB to design a capsule range of footwear accompanied by ‘Polar Rico’ a collaborative video featuring the likes of Nike Boserio, Dane Brady, Oskar Rozenberg and Emile Laurent. As one of the most distinguished skate clothing brands on the scene, each Polar collection is driven by art, culture and Alv’s personal skate scene which stretches from Polar’s home of Malmö, to other parts of Europe.

This summer sees Polar Skate Co. introduce a fresh selection of goods reminiscent of ‘90s skatewear with a certain character that makes the independent brand one of the industry’s finest. Known for custom oversized silhouettes, key designs such as the Karate and Surf Pants, Big Boy Jeans and Stroke Logo T-Shirt remain firmly in place with summer updates such as new fabrics, colour tones and graphics created by guest artists such as Isaiah Kennedy and Tynan Kerr.

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