Loving the new collection from our friends at Actual Pain. They have really upped their game and are now getting into the denim game. I definitely need to get a pair and perhaps a pom beanie. Much more to check out at the web store.
This design has been high on my list of re-prints. They went really quick when they originally went up for sale in winter of 2009, and I haven’t done another batch since. They’re available for pre-order at ZLOGBTQ.COM and will ship next month. Don’t sleep, it might be another 3 years before they get printed again.
For those who have missed out on these tees in the past, I have started taking orders for Drop Bars Not Bombs tees, tanks and crewneck sweatshirts at ZLOG Boutique. The first 20 orders will receive a Drop Bars Not Bombs pin as well as a ZLOG stash bag. The tentative ship date on these is November 1st, but the more people that pre-order early, the faster the production process will be. Don’t sleep on these!
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Here is a really good looking jersey from Deaf Pigeon. The pattern, colors, and simplicity puts this jersey among some of the best I’ve seen. Up there with Mash and Golden Saddle ones. Full zipper is a must!
Pre-order over at the Deaf Pigeon shop!
If you’ve ever wanted to get yourself a Mission Workshop bag, this would be a good time to grab one. For the next week, Huckberry has savings on a bunch of Mission Workshop gear, including my favorite bag, the Vandal. Expect to see them for $30-$40 cheaper than anywhere else. Huckberry only has deals like this for only a limited time, so don’t sleep on in. It might be the only chance to save this much on such a quality bag.
Some of the ZLOGCAT tees that were leftover from the recent alleycat are now online at ZLOGBTQ and only $10. This is a limited run, and only about 50 were printed. They are available in black or purple haze.
At first glance the Solid Gray backpacks look like some jetpack from a science fiction movie. Unfortunately, they can’t make you fly, but what they lack in jet-propulsion, they make up for in style & ingenuity. Solid Gray packs are made from a single sheet of highly durable polypropene, which has never before been used for consumer products. This high tech material gives the bag a unique geometric shaped hardshell that protects it’s contents. Inside you will find two compartments; one large one with elastic bands for a laptop or tablet and another smaller compartment for all of the little stuff. These bags are proudly made in the Netherlands and retail for about €139 (roughly $180). You can purchase one at Solid-Gray.com
Matt is such a sick rider and a nice dude to boot. If you catch him riding, he’s always reppin’ that Halloway gear. Good stuff!
Right now on Huckberry there are some sick deals for cyclists. Cadence gear is so solid and in high demand within the bike world, which is why I jump when I see it on sale. If you’ve never been to the discount deal site Huckberry you are missing out on some of the best deals on outdoor gear. Go here to be taken to the Cadence page where you will find an awesome selection of cheap swag! Act quick though, because the offer expires in one week from today.
Prolly is Not Probably has been leading the charge in the bike blog world for some time and when he puts out rad products like this Necronomicog pack people jump quick. Head over to his site and swoop on this deal because for $55 you get a hand-numbered, two color 12″ x 18″ poster, printed on archival paper, a 2″ x 4″ iron on patch, a 1″ button and tee shirt, all designed by Lamour Supreme. That’s a deal!
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Our buddy Colin from Macaframa got a chance to test out Endless Ammo’s L.R.P. jacket in the streets of San Francisco. This jacket is made with Nanosphere materials which is wind, rain, and dirt resistant while maintaining lightweight and breathable functionality. It also features inner wire routing to the the neck for headphones. This garment retails for $290 on the Endless Ammo website. Go check out all their other hi-tech apparel that they have in store.
I just got my first run of bloggingmiles t shirts done. I am so happy how they came out. These are two designs that I made a while ago, they are discharge printed on American Apparel T-shirts. Made and Printed in the U.S.A. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE ONE
Prolly hit us up to let us know that the Raidô Hold Fast straps and Raidô Viking tee are up for sale on the PiNP webstore. The print on the straps/tee look real nice and the stash pocket will surely come in handy. Just in time for 4.20.
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THIEITH of TTv has launched a web shop with a really nice line of softgoods.
A couple ZLOG snapbacks and a Hell on Wheels tee made it into the recent issue of LOOP magazine!
You can snag some gear for yourself at the ZLOGBTQ.com
Thanks for the photo Sal!
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For those of you who value quality second to none, here is a hoodie for you. As with all Outlier garments, this hoodie is made of the finest materials sourced from all over the world, and made in Brooklyn, NY. I can only assume the $450 price tag reflects the high-end fabrics and limited amount of garments made, so get one before they are extinct.
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So much sickness going on in this edit! That table tire grab was insane as well as whatever is going on at 0:56. Sol and Oscar are quite the dynamic duo. Get that NinjaCats gear here.
30%-50% OFF EVERYTHING!
Hey folks, I am trying to clear out inventory in the boutique to make room for fresh new products. Older items are up to half off and the new spring goods are 30% off as well as Drop Bars Not Bombs tees and tanks. If you ever wanted to score some ZLOG goods this would be the best time to do it. Don’t forget to enter the code: UMAD for the discounts!
Goods has been an essential part of the Seattle street wear and skate culture for almost a decade and it has come time to close the doors. It was the first place I heard about some of my favorite brands like Flying Coffin and Actual Pain. In fact, my first ever tee that I bought there was a Flying Coffin x Actual Pain collaboration. Head over this weekend to snag some deals and say goodbye to one of the best shops Seattle’s ever seen.