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Polar Skate Co.

Polar Skate Co.

The Fall ‘19 range from Polar Skate Co. stays true to the brands established oversized silhouettes whilst incorporating fresh custom artwork, rich colour tones and textural fabrics that suit the season. Looking to old school styling for influences, designs reference the ‘50s, ‘70s and ‘90s through selected cuts and materials, whilst stroke logo emblems and stylised typography signify Polar’s definitive branding. Modelled by Jean-Louis Huhta in Polar’s own lookbook, the Velour Zip Neck Sweatshirt and matching sweatpants are a stand out duo within the release, alongside a lightweight monochrome Art Shirt featuring notes from Pontus Alv and Pocket Puffer Jackets which use a combination of down and feather insulation to provide a high level of warmth.

New artwork from Jacob Ovgren who is head of the brands art department features across t-shirts and decks showing playful illustrated themes, whilst team rider Emile Laurent focuses on brightly coloured aliens and fanciful scenarios. Additionally, Happy Sad and Klez graphics by Alv and Klez Zawisza feature familiar snapshots from the brands debut film ‘The Strongest of The Strange’.

If you’re not sure where to start with the extensive offering from

Polar, we suggest going for a champion style such as the Polar Default Hoodie, made from a cotton poly blend which makes them ideal for layering. Matching continuous ‘90s influences, the Big Boy Jeans come in a baggy fit - reminiscent of designs from the early days of skateboarding - and we recommended topping it all off with the Happy Sad Classic Socks, the classic double line banding keeps it old school alongside the wide eyed faces on the toes which show the brand’s light-hearted personality. Throughout everything Polar Skate Co. releases you feel the creative approach Pontus has to every project, there’s nothing unnecessary or unconsidered and we’re always stoked to see what’s next.

Polar Skate Co. is one of the most distinguished independent skate clothing brands on the scene. The collections are driven by art, culture and Alv’s personal skate scene which stretches from Polar’s home of Malmö, to other parts of Europe. Having first worked within his local skate scene, Alv got into experimental skate movies such as ‘The Strongest of The Strange’ and ‘I Like It Here Inside My Mind, Don’t Wake Me This Time’ which aided the development of an individual creative style and set the tone for the aesthetic of his brand.

The Fall ‘19 range from Polar Skate Co. stays true to the brands established oversized silhouettes whilst incorporating fresh custom artwork, rich colour tones and textural fabrics that suit the season. Looking to old school styling for influences, designs reference the ‘50s, ‘70s and ‘90s through selected cuts and materials, whilst stroke logo emblems and stylised typography signify Polar’s definitive branding. Modelled by Jean-Louis Huhta in Polar’s own lookbook, the Velour Zip Neck Sweatshirt and matching sweatpants are a stand out duo within the release, alongside a lightweight monochrome Art Shirt featuring notes from Pontus Alv and Pocket Puffer Jackets which use a combination of down and feather insulation to provide a high level of warmth.

New artwork from Jacob Ovgren who is head of the brands art department features across t-shirts and decks showing playful illustrated themes, whilst team rider Emile Laurent focuses on brightly coloured aliens and fanciful scenarios. Additionally, Happy Sad and Klez graphics by Alv and Klez Zawisza feature familiar snapshots from the brands debut film ‘The Strongest of The Strange’.

If you’re not sure where to start with the extensive offering from

Polar, we suggest going for a champion style such as the Polar Default Hoodie, made from a cotton poly blend which makes them ideal for layering. Matching continuous ‘90s influences, the Big Boy Jeans come in a baggy fit - reminiscent of designs from the early days of skateboarding - and we recommended topping it all...

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