Polar Skate Co Spring 21 Collection Preview
Polar Skate Co’s Spring 21 collection is due to launch on Friday 16th April, and, as we have to come to expect, contains a wealth of quality clothing options.
The stand-out piece for us is the introduction of a new trouser style - the Grund chinos. Designed with input from Polar professional, Paul Grund, these are made from 100% cotton corduroy fabric with a tapered leg and baggy fit. The chinos will be initially be available in both brown and black.
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The Big Boy fit is back!
Fans of the Big Boy fit will be pleased as there are in-line reups of the Big Boy work pants and Big Boy cords. Big Boy jeans are restocked in the classic light blue, deep blue and washed black colours, as is the slightly slimmer, but no less popular, 93 denim and Big Boy shorts.
Cool and trendy cord surf pants
Cord surf pants are back in time for the warmer weather, these are slightly thinner corduroy than the chinos, making them ideal for summer sessions. The comfortably baggy freedom fit cord surf pants will be offered in all new dark olive and black colour ways. Standard cotton surf pants too are available once more - with white, dark olive and black options to choose from.
Pontus Alv's brand always innovating
There are some quality cut and sew pieces from Pontus Alv’s brand - we’re particularly feeling the Sequence art shirt featuring a Dane Brady self-portrait, and the long and short sleeve options of the Jacques polo shirt.
It wouldn’t be a Polar collection without great graphic print options - this latest drop doesn’t disappoint with t-shirts, hoodies and long sleeves featuring the artwork of Pontus Alv and photography from Paul Grund and Dane Brady.
Plenty of quality staple tees and accessories back up the collection including new corduroy Stroke logo caps and a selection of practical bags, socks and mugs.
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