Bristol’s Skateboard Cafe return just in time for the Holiday season with a fresh batch of skate ready goods.
Founded back in 2008 by Rich Smith and Andrew Makepeace, the brand have since gained a serious following from their cafe inspired designs across a range of apparel and decks. This seasons offerings follow similar themes with bold, playful graphics applied to tees, long sleeves, hoodies and coach jackets. The collection is topped off with two colour ways in the Skateboard Cafe logo umbrella and a selection of decks. Our highlight from the release is the ‘$5 shake’ tee inspired by Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, featuring a still from the famous diner scene and John Travolta’s “God Damn that’s a pretty fucking good milkshake’ line in subtle lettering on the back
One thing we love about Skateboard Cafe is that they don’t take themselves too seriously and this is translated through their designs and light hearted visuals. Accompanying the lookbook and once again using scenes from Pulp Fiction, they have put together a short teaser advert featuring team riders – Korahn Gayle, Shaun Currie, Mike Arnold, Josh Arnott and Harry Ogilvie, as well as Danny Wainwright who will have special guest appearance. The video also offers a sneak peak of an edit from the team arriving in January of next year, so keep your eyes peeled for that one!