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Vans & Haro teamed up to celebrate some old schoolery. Looks like they nailed it.
Click below for more info and pics.
Vans joins forces with renowned BMX brand Haro to commemorate a history of classic BMX design and originality. The fated partnership between the two brands brings forth a memorable collection of Vans x Haro footwear, apparel and accessories influenced by the early days of BMX style and the birth of the first freestyle BMX frame, the Haro Freestyler.
With more than 30 years of innovation, Haro Bikes champions an iconic heritage in BMX product design. With the introduction of its first top-of-the-line Freestyle BMX bike in early 1984, Haro ignited a revolution in the growing sport of Freestyle, paving the way for radical tricks and inventive style. The partnership between Vans and Haro celebrates a strong dedication to BMX.
The original Haro Freestyler Master informs the Vans capsule with vintage Haro accents and signature color schemes straight from the bike frame. Once worn by freestyle BMX riders in the 80s, the original Vans Era and Sk8-Hi Reissue boasts Vans’ classic checkerboard print popular among BMX athletes, along with Haro’s signature green and blue colors taken directly from the Freestyler Master.The collection also includes a retro long sleeve t-shirt and racing pant emblazoned with the unforgettable blue, green, and white racing stripes. Two custom Vans x Haro logo tees and a poison green snapback finish off the collection.
To celebrate this master collaboration, Vans and Haro teamed up to recreate the Freestyler Master in a limited run that will only be available in Vans.com, Vans Facebook and Vans retail store giveaways.
The entire Vans x Haro collection hits stores July 1, 2013 and will be available at vans.com/haro.
Sam Lowe, Taylor Elvy and Greg Flag getting down in Vancouver Island, BC during a week long getaway.
Click below for the video and go HERE for the photo gallery.
Hide your children, hide your wife. I’ve been contemplating this move for a year, but now it’s time to pull the trigger.
Little Devil is a great brand to get nostalgic about, especially if you grew up in that era. The team, the clothing, the videos, THAT LOGO! Good stuff.
Mulligan/Ride BMX had a good chat with
the devil Derek Adams regarding all things related, including #bringinglittledevilback. Go HERE.
Yesterday was another good day. We started out in Maryborough & hit up some local street spots which turned out well. Then made the drive to Woodgate but stopped off in Childers on the way to hit some rails.
I was really wanting to show the guys Woodgate though, one for the awesome ramp & also to see the kangaroos that are always hanging right by the ramp. The local wildlife did not let us down & both Jourdan & Brandon got to see their first ever kangaroos. Some good riding went down from Chris as well with some solid stuff going down in the last specks of day light.
Today we are in Gladstone & will be at M1 Cycles at 11am then the park in town at midday. Come & say g’day !!
Yo yo !!
Canada’s Brandon Webster made the trek down to a warm-but-welcoming Austin a couple of months ago to ride his bike outside and escape the brutal Toronto winter. As it turns out, it’s much warmer in Austin. Imagine that.
Here’s your first look at the sweet cover for the “Creative Control” issue of DIG, featuring artwork by Chris Piascik.
Cover photo – Sergio Layos by Rob Dolecki.
Stayed tuned to DIG for more info.
Back in February of 2011, we posted an exclusive Chris Childs edit that Jeff DuPaul put together for us. I damn near almost forgot that we did. Fast forward to today, and Chris’ all-around abilities have evolved quite well, as seen in this new Sunday joint.
Click below to check out the Chris Child / Team Jeff DuPaul edit from 2011.