Thrasher Holiday '19

Thrasher Holiday '19

A fresh delivery of Thrasher for Holiday '19 is now up on our site, with a bunch of new designs...

A fresh delivery of Thrasher for Holiday '19 is now up on our site, with a bunch of new designs spread across a range of t-shirts, hoodies, sweats, long sleeve's and caps. There's a nice nod to their hometown of San Francisco with the L/S Cablecar T-Shirt in Black with it's neon light style logo, giving it the retro vibe of a tourist tee.


On a gnarlier tip there's a new collaboration tee with everyones favourite L.A skate shop Lotties, with the Thrasher Lotties T-Shirt featuring a rad hand drawn skull graphic by Lotties owner Mike Gigliotti, who's previously made graphics for Baker and Anti Hero Skateboards. And there's also a Thrasher Lotties Old Timer Cap featuring an embroidered Lotties Thrasher logo, which comes in several colours to top the collab off nicely.


There's a nice re-working of their classic logo on the Thrasher Calligraphy Crew Sweatshirt in Black, which has a slightly Arabian look to the text which looks amazing and we're sure is gonna kill it. We also have some classic logo goods like the Thrasher Flame Hoodie in Forest Camo which is a staple in any skaters wardrobe and perfect for layering up this winter. And then to top off the printed goods the Still Watchin T-Shirt pays homage to Thrasher's late Editor in Chief Jake Phelps with a simple sketch of his glasses "Still Watchin" written below.


If you're struggling to find the perfect gift for the skater in your life Thrasher have just released the awesome Thrasher Mail Drop Book which is an incredible coffee table book featuring the best of 38 years of readers art that has been sent to the magazine. Their loyal followers have mailed them thousands of demented doodles over the decades, whether it was on the back of the envelope or on a canvas. And now after being painstakingly curated it's all been put together in one place, including exclusive artist interviews, over 1,200 pieces of art, classic letters to the editor and four decades of Thrasher history.