Proper Picks: Gear of the Week 1st – 8th July

It’s that time of the week again where we choose some of our favourite releases from the week. Whether it’s trainers you’re never going to run in, overshirts you’ll look mint in, or tote bags that definitely don’t look shite on men, we’re on it.

From Hanon gear, Stone Island and some mint adidas City series releases, here’s some of the best gear we’ve seen from over the past week.

Hanon Target Tee
£39.00, Hanon

de in Portugal from 160gm cotton jersey the Hanon Target t-shirt is a premium piece of multi-coloured kit. Featuring pop art style Hanon prints on both the front and back of the tee there’ll be no doubts about your top tier trainer trader affiliations whilst wearing this beauty. There’s a mega pattern on the back too, look.
Armor Lux Breton Pride Shirt
£80.00, Moma

This special edition of Armor Lux’s iconic Breton Shirt was produced to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising and WorldPride celebrations in New York City. Nice right?
adidas City Series London
£85.00, Oi Polloi

The adidas City Series London – the quintessential terrace shoe for the everyday patriot. Made from some soul-stirring red suede, these have got that relaxed, low-profile design you know and love, and the word ‘LONDON’ slapped on the side. Perfect for the next time you’re lost in Piccadilly Circus.
Battenwear Packable Tote
£29.00, END Clothing

Down to £29.00 in the END sale, this Battenwear tote bag is the bollocks. Sturdy and good looking, it can hold up to 18 pint cans. Believe us.
Clarks Wallabee “Khaki Suede”
£109.00, Hanon

One of the best shoes ever made, in a new, swish colourway. You’re never going wrong with a Clarks Wallabee are you?
Supreme x Stone Island Camo Cargo Vest
£900+, PresentedBy

Not much needs to be said about this from Supreme and Stone Island. A cargo vest that many people won’t understand, but those who do know its worth. Mint with shorts and a short sleeved tee, look like a boss this summer.
adidas Lacombe
£85.00, Oi Polloi

The Lacombe is a remake of a damn-near forgotten adidas tennis shoe called the Newcombe. These were the signature shoes of an Australian tennis player named John Newcombe, and sat alongside the Stan Smith and the Rod Laver. Anyway, these new ones are amazing. A super-subtle summer trainer for those who know.
adidas SPZL Sunnyhurt Crew Sweat
£89.00, END Clothing

Still available from the latest adidas SPEZIAL drop, this wonderful jumper is ideal for brisk evenings on the beers. Inspired by the British football casual culture of the 1980s, it features a retro logo in tonal orange velvet and is given a cool vintage final twist with a split hem.

Absolutely well into house plants.

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