Yardsale return with a new selection of skate-ready garb for the warmer months. With a focus on luxury leisurewear, the brand looks to old school LA to South London's various subcultures to inform their latest release of staples, utilising premium materials and their signature logo prints throughout. Stand out pieces include the Bowling shirt inspired 'Quartz Polo' and the Velour track top which arrives in two colour options of Black/Red and White/Green. The release is rounded off with new iterations of fan favourite graphic pieces applied to hoodies, tees and sweaters.
The Yardsale Spring/Summer 2017 offering is available now over on the brands webstore.
London's Yardsale have dropped a new set of visuals showcasing their latest wares for the colder months.
The Autumn/Winter collection blends various influences throughout, with a recognisably 90's aesthetic - drawing inspiration from classic american sportswear and translating this on the more considered cut & sew options which include light jackets and quart zip pullovers. Yardsale also give a nod to their British heritage, referencing traditional style pieces with the addition of classic materials such as velour and corduroy, and applying a rich colour palette of burgundy and navy on key pieces. The brands popular signature logo features heavily throughout, emblazoned across various styles including tees, crewneck jumpers, Harrington jackets and caps.
You can pick up the latest collection from Yardsale over on their website now
The Yardsale crew come through with a brand new edit to welcome Sam Sitayeb to the team. Filmed and edited by Daniel Kreitem, the four minute clip sticks to the brands signature style and features riders Curtis Pearl, Jake Church, Darius Trabalza and Sam Sitayeb
London skate company Yardsale link up with workwear giants Dickies on a concise collaborative collection for Autumn/Winter 2015.
Yardsale are arguably one of the most exciting brands to emerge from the UK skate scene of recent years with their lo-fi footage, and tongue-in-cheek hardware and soft goods designs, some of the most desirable on the market. Dickies is a brand that needs little introduction, and their place skateboarding is set with the ever growing popularity of the hugely accessible and hard wearing work pant styles. This season the two parties come together to rework two of Dickies staple silhouettes – the full zip Eisenhower coach jacket and the short sleeve white work shirt, both emblazoned with Yardsale’s script logo.
To celebrate the release, Yardsale have also put together a short edit dubbed the ‘Hi-8 Mix’ featuring riders Darius Trabalza, Jake Church, Curtis Pearl, Sebastian Tabe and Sam Roberts. The Dickies x Yardsale AW15 collection is available now over on yardsale-xxx.comand all good skate stores.