Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Delinquent Bros. Clothing

Strong reproduction and inspired clothing pieces are what Deliquent Bros do exceedingly well. Their lines are focused and based upon pieces from the 1940's and 1950's that have that 'bad boy' image. Starting in 2010, Ryota Sakai created the line in hopes of not only selling his quality wares in Japan, but also in the United States. Delinquent Bros have made an effort to make an appropriate size/fit range to accomplish this goal.

The company was later joined by one of the nicest guys you will meet Motonori Isawa. Both have strong ties in the United States and Los Angeles in particular. Ryota's original project, O.C. Crew, is an equally interesting and fun line of vintage inspired streetwear.  Most of their items are produced in Japan but their t-shirts are made and printed in the U.S.

They are looking for more distributors in the U.S., but their items can be purchased with confidence online HERE

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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Lofgren M-43 Service Shoes

Lofgren has knocked it out of the park with these M-43 service shoes. Worn in WWII by the U.S. Army, your pair is waiting for you and ready for dubbing. These are made with rough-out Horween Chromexcel leather and treaded with a genuine Vibram sole. Pick them up HERE  at the Speedway Shop or Standard & Strange or wherever fine Lofgren products are sold.

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