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There are plenty of new season updates from Polar across their winter ‘19 collection which cater to the colder months whilst staying true the brands established reputation for oversized ‘90s inspired silhouettes and custom artwork. Fabrics such as thick 8 wale corduroy, heavyweight cotton and terry, jacquard knit and wool blends have been used to refresh staple clothing and accessory styles.The Cord Zipped Jacket is a stand out piece from the range and features a plush polyester sherpa lining for additional warmth and is accompanied by matching ‘93 Cords. Whilst the Surf Pants have also had a cord update. Similarly, the Script Logo Cord Cap has become a staple style for each season and shows off the Polar text logo design across a 6-panel silhouette. If you’re seeking a heavy duty jacket that will stand up to both the cold and unexpected rain, the Stripe Puffer Jacket has a boxy fit with a 90/10 goose down filling encased by a nylon taslan shell which makes it water repellent and breathable.
It goes without saying that there's an abundance of fresh artwork included in the range from the likes of Pontus Alv, Jacob Ovgren
and guest artist Tynan Kerr. A mixture of themes express each individual artists own creative style, with more light hearted work from Jacob Ovgren who heads up Polar’s art department and monochrome snapshots from early Polar videos designed by Alv alongside Kerr’s expressive abstract work.
The middle of summer saw Polar Skate Co. join forces with Nike SB to design a distinctive footwear style that revived an ‘80s classic the Tinker Hatfield Air Trainer 1 alongside a Blazer Low GT. 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 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. Experimental skate movies such as ‘The Strongest of The Strange’ and ‘I Like It Here Inside My Mind, Don’t Wake Me This Time’ have had a prominent impact upon the industry and have inspired many to develop their own style that incorporates influences from outside of skateboarding.
The middle of summer saw...