I just recently came across this brand called Popular Demand. I’m really diggin’ their overall look. Here’s a video lookbook of their most recent collection that features some attractive females trying on some of their threads. Grab the gear here.
There’s been two things that you guys have been wanting for awhile now. One has been an iPhone app (unfortunately that’s not the one you’re getting today), and two, Sneakhype merchandise. We just launched our online shop, and have some dope gear available for purchase.
Diamond Supply Co’s latest summer t-shirt collection is now available. All together, the collection features 6 new graphic tees each coming in 4 different colorways. Head over to Diamond Supply to pick these up now.
This is a dope feature that the good people over at SFPL put together. They’re doing 10 photoshoots featuring 10 different brands in 30 days. One of the brands they chose was Entree Lifestyle. One of the pieces they chose was the “Daily Dose of Dopeness” Entree & Sneakhype collab tank.
Welp… tonight’s the night folks. Bron Bron and The Flash face off against Durantula and the gang in the 2012 NBA Finals. There’s still time to grab one of these tees or tanks from 0 To Lose before the champion is crowned. Or, rep your hometown hero from a fallen squad during the playoffs and throughout the summer. This line from 0 To Lose is easily one of the best NBA-themed offerings from street wear brands this season.
It’s always good to see people that you’re a fan of collaborate and bring something dope to the table. Adapt is always killing things regardless of who they work with. It definitely doesn’t hurt when the person they’re working with is someone like DJ Amen though.
Our friends over at Entree are bringin’ some dopeness for this year’s summer collection. Check out the video lookbook to take a peak at what’s coming from them. Welcome to the Concrete Jungle.
I recently came across Dishonour Brand, and was really diggin’ this pack they put together. It includes a hoodie, t-shirt, and a pair of sunglasses. Although it might be starting to be a little to warm for a hoodie, this deal is definitely a great grab.
This is a very unique and fun concept — a Swedish company called T-Post allows you to sign up for a T-shirt “subscription”. You get a t-shirt every month in the mail, but each t-shirt also has an article screen printed on the inside of the shirt that corresponds with the artwork seen on the outside of the shirt. And right now, you can try the subscription for free. (You can cancel the subscription after having received 1 free shirt.)