Streetwear And Apparel Tips From Italy

Pizza, Pasta, Skate Life

Skateboarding culture is heavily linked with style and aesthetic, as visual pleasure and coolness are something that every skater would love to find while watching a trick or a line. Clothing designers borrow a lot from skateboarding trends too, streetwear has nowadays a big role in the market and Italians play their part into it:

Pas De Mer

Pas De Mer's products are a blend of color exploration and classic skate style, deeply influenced by Italian culture and references, tasty as grandma's ragù!

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Dashed Skate For Food

From skaters to skaters, Dashed is another example from Il Bel Paese, producing their own streetwear and skateboard lines blinking to modern trends since 2013.

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Youth Club Milano

Straight out of The Fashion Land, Youth Club Milano is spreading rebellion and graphic research all over the streets with dope products that reflect a real outsider's attitude.

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Doomsday Society

What about Doomsday Society? The brand's history is deep-rooted into Italian street culture and they keep on paying homage to it across the board with an international style.

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Rocking since 2007, Bastard is one of the most popular realities in the country, involved into skateboarding and snowboarding lifestyle, proudly made by those lazy Italians, as they claim! 

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If your last skate sessions left your wardrobe full of trashed t-shirts and ripped pants, discover this apparel land and get refreshed with some real pizza flavor!

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