Yardsale has followed up its winter deluxe collection and marked the beginning of spring by unveiling its latest capsule of classic skate-inspired silhouettes. Founded in 2012 by Daniel Kreitem, the London-based label has become renowned for its unique take on traditional skating garments.

Showcased by local Thai boxing instructor Elijah Johnson, the brand offers up its latest selection of apparel with bold new logos and artwork, and spelt out logo iterations on a variety of sweats.

Hoodies with artwork by movie poster illustrator Enzo Sciotti results in an array of epochal Yardsale product, while graphic T-shirts and staple tees add color to a collection that’s rounded out with embroidered beanies sporting the brand’s YS insignia.

This latest collection will be available from March 9 at 8PM (GMT) via the Yardsale website.

In other news, check out the latest skate-inspired collection from Australian label Butter Goods.
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