Theobalds Cap Co. & Bored Of Southsea – NO ONE RIDES FOR FREE.


 As they celebrate 20 years of supplying quality skate goods to the south coast, Bored of Southsea have come together with our friends at Theobalds to present the limited edition 'No One Rides For Free'  cap. With only 50 available, the 6-panel pays homage to the store's role in the community of their native Portsmouth, with a custom Hovercraft logo embroidered on to the front acting as a nod to the cities famous ports and harbours. 

 The Theobalds Cap Co. & Bored Of Southsea - NO ONE RIDES FOR FREE. is set to drop on Saturday the 23rd of September online and in-store at boredofsouthsea.co.uk & online at theobaldscapco.co.uk




Watch: THESIS 001: Jake Bidmead

Our friends at Theobalds Cap Co. have just dropped a new promo focused around team rider Jake Bidmead. Filmed and edited by Henry Edwards-Wood, we see cameo’s from team members Kyle Wilson, Jeremy Jones, Nick Stansfield and Josh Arnott, with additional clips from Joe Gavin, Joel Banner, Shaun Witherup, Tomek Lipiec, David Yap, Craig Jackson, Domas Glatkauskas, Tommy May and Josh Brown

Check the full video above and head over to theobaldscapco.co.uk to check out their two latest cap styles.


Introducing: Theobalds Cap Co.


 Hailing out of central London, Theolbalds Cap Co. present their inaugural collection of headwear this season, inspired by the big-smokes skate scene. 

 The idea began in a top-floor Holborn flat, which over three years would see some of the UK's most exciting up-and-coming skate talent pass through and stay. From night's out, days in and filming sessions across the city, Theobalds was born and now acts as a tangible representation of those experiences. 

 The brand cites their influences as classic sportswear apparel as well as London's unique skate scene, and their inaugural release translates these themes in to a concise range of premium cap designs. The classic logo cap is offered up in a navy/white and tonal black options, constructed from a full cotton twill and finished with a bold stitched 'T' logo on the front and embroidered ‘Theobalds’ branding on the back. Two premium wool strap-back designs complete the release with the Chimney ball cap, which acts as a nod to London's rooftop views with a 'Back on Top' Chimney graphic embroidered on to the front and the classic logo cap, which once again featuring the appliquéd 'T' logo added to the front. Both styles are finished with leather & brass strap adjustment and the added 'Theobalds' embroidery on the back. 

Theobalds Cap Co. will be available from June at selected retailers including Slam City Skates, Flatspot. and Endemic.