Huf has been on a roll lately, and they’ve been popping out a few tricks to keep their streak alive. Well check out the newest collaboration from Huf and Magic Number.
HUF has recently combined forces with a heavy hitter from the far east. The brand is called Magic Number and they’ve created a collection with HUF that includes a number of co-branded hats as well as shirts. Magic Number combines the different aspects of street wear along with the aesthetic of board sports as well. The clash of cultures is the brainchild of Ryu Nakamuru who established Magic Number in 2008. The design that Magic Number provides is one to be called the “New Lifestyle” .
It appeals to both sides of the fence who prefer streetwear along with the individuals who take part in extreme sports in addition to everyone else in-between. The Huf x Magic Number Collab marks Magic Number’s fifth year anniversary along with Huf’s 10th year anniversary.
While you’re here, check out our selection of HUF right here at http://www.stixrideshop.com
Why compromise style with functionality when you can have both? There’s a balance to be measured, and Markisa has it down to a tee. Trends are to be set or followed, and in this case Markisa sets them. Innovation and ingenuity are a couple of ideas this company is based upon.
As an example they started out with wallets, reason being is because a wallet is one of the items that you carry and use everyday. The idea of a wallet has lost its luster during the past years, but its the same item that carries your most valuable possessions of money, cards, and even contacts. Markisa recognized that and did something about it, & for starters they’ve brought back the importance of the little things that count.
Theres much more to this company than products, its the ideas that are behind them. They’re based upon the notion of originality, inventiveness as well as finesse, & you can see that through their merchandise. They combined the use of everyday items such as bags, accessories, and apparel with the style and edge we so desperately look for. Why settle for style while being uncomfortable, and why settle for comfort without good use for it? Those were a couple questions poised by this brand, and have since been answered with their first product.
Markisa was founded in 2009 by the likes of Paul Rodriguez, Nigel Alexander & Jason Wakuzawa through one mind and common cause. Style and functionality is the epitome of this brand, and those are the ideals that sets this brand apart from the others.
The scenic route can be one of many things. It can be relaxing, it can be boring, or it can be the inspiration to an idea. In Greg Mike’s case, it turned out to be the driven influence behind his brand. As a kid he would take trips to New York from his home state of Connecticut, during those trips he was influenced by the edgy street art that lined the brick walls. With deep ties rooted into his art, he combines skate influence along with the fashions of the current. His pieces are somewhat abstract, and tell a story through the visuals. As a byproduct of pop art, his work stands out with troublesome characters in a mesmerizing cartoon realm.
Greg first exhibited his work in Atlanta, Miami, and San Fran under the title of “Popstars and Cokeheads”. With ecstatic reviews, the outcome of the exhibit has led the masses in suspense for Greg’s latest works and collabs in the near future. Along with his coined artsy style, he dabbles with geometric schemes to further incorporate his idea of design. An example of that styling is displayed in his recent collaboration with the one and only Benny Gold.
Get acquainted with Brixton. They’re an embracement of culture, fashion, music, and a lifestyle of expression. Now if you’re already familiar with Brxtn, then you’re well aware of the bold styling and retro approach of their products, focusing mainly on their hats and jackets. But as summer nears, Brixton will have you covered for whatever the situation may be regarding beaches, summer nights, or surf sessions.
With an awesome line-up of board shorts and t-shirts alike, they’ll have you looking and staying cool at the same time. We all know how frustrating the sun can be, especially after getting used to the past seasons with layers of clothing. Well, times have changed and so should your wardrobe. Now is the time to stock up and take advantage of these offers, especially before they’re all gone.
Out with the old and in with the new, Huf just recently brought us the Spring 2012 Collection with the aid of the Spring Lookbook. They enlisted photographer Brian Kelley as well to direct the overall effect of the book. Just add Brian, Huf riders Emilio Cuilan and Tucker Phillips to the equation, and a masterpiece is what you’ll end up with.
The book was shot in the streets of New York for a clean yet raw feel of the brand’s appearance, and not only that, whats a better setting for Huf then Keith’s native land. The book traces back to its roots with the visual imagery of where Huf and its counterparts where conceived.
The collection is consistent as always and focuses on a wide variety of pieces consisting of hats, tees, and shoes as well. Huf keeps it simple with their combination of street and skate wear that ultimately keeps us satisfied with variation and style.
and while you’re at it, Check out the Huf Collection right here on our online store at Stix!
In case you guys didn’t know or weren’t aware of, Stix has switched their entire system and is running on an entirely new and efficient site that allows for way more accessibility than before. We now offer coupon discounts and an abundance of new products coming in weekly. Make sure you check it out and spread the word. As of now, we have received a few shipments from the hottest brands out right now including Acrylick and Huf. Do yourself a favor and be sure to get your hands on these limited products. They’re going fast so don’t miss out. While you’re there you might want to check out our awesome selection of sale and clearance items that are selling for incredibly low prices, no matter what your price range and budget is theres always something in store for you here at Stix.
Rook is a brand that was started by John Garcia and artist Joe King. It started with the idea of supporting the underdog. Joe King was one of the original artist for Obey clothing before Obey was what it is now.
One of Rooks first graphics was (and still is) a snake swallowing a 40 ounce bottle of beer. The brand really takes a fresh look at the industry and keeps everything really simple. Every season, you have one choice in shirt color for any shirt in most cases. Spring 2012 looks stronger than ever with themes looking into the direction of something America hasn’t seen in 350 years… a revolution. Who knows where the first shot will come from. It could be from Rook… and it will be the shot heard around the world.