In paying homage to Dime as one of the most exciting brands in skateboarding over the past few years and in anticipation of their first physical store set to open in Montreal, Quartersnacks have put together a new Dime Insta mix, which you can watch in full above.
NY skate establishment Quartersnacks have come through with a new range of goods for the colder months, showcased in this "lookbook" featuring a couple of Uncles hanging out and having a good time. Incorporating old favourites and newly introduced logo designs, which are offered up on to a mixture of tees, long sleeves, sweaters, jackets and headwear, QS keep it familiar for their latest release. Stand outs from the collection include the new 'Square Cap' available in off-white and navy colour options, and the Aperol Spritz inspired 'Appertivo Tee' design.
You can pick up the latest from Quartersnacks over on their webstore now, or you can hold out for the collection to arrive in select UK stores in the coming weeks.
Nike SB keep churning out the high profile collabs with some of the worlds most exciting skate establishments, following on from their collaborative projects with the likes of Call Me 917 and Supreme already this season, they now look to another NY favourite for their latest collaborative venture which is inspired by the cities skate culture.
In what is their second collab together, having reworked the classic Dunk Low back in 2014, Quartersnacks now apply their creative eye to the newly introduced Bruin Hyperfeel silhouette, which is dressed with a birch-coloured light hairy suede with subtle swoosh branding on the side panels and embroidered QS logo on the heel. The premium uppers are contrasted with a soft pink lining and insole, all of which sits on top of a clean white sole unit and hardwearing gum outsole. Rounding off the collaborative effort is a long-sleeve pocket t-shirt and Quartersnacks branded coach jacket, both of which arrive in the same coloured pink as the shoes detailing.
The commemorate the release, the pair have come together with filmmaker Johnny Wilson on a short promo video featuring Daniel Kim, Adam Zhu, Connor Champion, Vincent Touzery, Cyrus Bennett, Andrew Wilson, Max Palmer, Josh Wilson & Nik Stain. Watch the full clip below...
The Quartersnacks for Nike SB capsule collection is available now at select retailers including Flatspot.
Quartersnacks have dropped a new clip in celebration of the fast arriving New York Summer, along with talk of a 15-minute ‘End Of Summer’ video dropping in a few months. For now enjoy these off-cuts featuring Matt Perez, Genesis Evans, Haffa, Josh Velez, Troy Stillwell, Keith Denley, Pad Dowd, Connor Champion, Gavin Nolan, Kadeem Walters. Filmed by Andre Page and Pad Dowd.
With their collaborative collection set to drop in all good skate stores imminently, DGK and Quartersnacks drop their first clip in a two part series to celebrate the release. Cut against the sounds of Jeezy and Troy Ave, the short video by Brad Rosado features rider Wade Desarmo amongst others shredding spots across New York City.
The Quartersnacks for DGK capsule collection will feature a limited edition deck, a dual branded grey hoodie and sweatpant combo, graphic tees and a long sleeve all over print polo top. Check the video above and keep an eye out for the collab drop which will be arriving at select stores including Lost Art, Palomino and Slam Citysoon.
This coming Thursday, the 14th of January, Slam City will be holding a launch party for the release at their Covent Garden store, so if you’re in town be sure to swing by and check it out.
The video follows riders Bobby Worrest, Hjalte Halberg, Nick Boserio, Antonio Durao, Cyrus Bennett, Andrew Wilson and Quartersnacks 2014 skater of the year Max Palmer as they shred various spots throughout Upstate New York with stops in Albany, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo and Ithaca.
Beginning with a revisit to one of the brands personal favourites – “Ragers Inc“- Quartersnacks came up with the idea to recreate one of the ‘greatest iPhone video of all-time’ for 2015 in this clip dubbed “56 Tricks”. Despite not turning out quite how they would of liked, they still managed to put together this solid montage following riders Torey Goodhall, Hjalte Halberg and some other familiar faces as they travelled across the pond to hit up three key European cities – Copenhagen, Malmö and Berlin.