Erik Ellington & Bobby Hundreds Speak on Today’s Skate Culture
Skating and streetwear are sort of like 2 brothers on various waves however with comparable vibes. It’s simple to swelling the 2 together, however that’s an injustice to the distinct histories that comprise what makes each particular culture its own monster.
On this episode of The Dropcast, hosts Noah Thomas and Jian DeLeon are signed up with by skate legend Erik Ellington– of Deathwish, Baker Boys, and nascent chill loafer label HRS— and Bobby Hundreds, co-founder of The Hundreds and author of the upcoming book This Is Not A Tee shirt.
The 2 self-made titans of market discuss the continued mainstream-ification of skateboarding and streetwear, however remarkably stay positive about the brand-new crop of kids taking both cultures to the next level. They likewise share some killer insight on developing a label individually and why comprehending a brand name is more vital than simply offering item.
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