Proper Picks – June 2024

Another month dawns and with it, like clockwork, comes some splendid seasonal garms. Here’s a few things that have caught our eye of late.

Nike Air Max 180 at Seven Store
One of the most iconic examples of sports footwear there has ever been, in our eyes. Remember when that little see through air bubble was like watching the moon landings for our generation?
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Manastash Citee Fishing Club T-Shirt
We’re long-time admirers of Manastash’s relaxed outdoor style and this is straight from the core of their DNA.
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Haeckels Bladderwack and Buckthorn Body Wash
Bladderwack and Buckthorn sound like two hapless Scottish detectives who are trying to solve the mystery of a missing dog. For that reason alone you should get yourself some of this gorgeous body wash.
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La Sportiva Bushido III
While the gorpcore brands are tripping over themselves to embrace the outdoors in a more meaningful way, La Sportiva are still doing their thing, and there’s very little chance of tripping over.
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C.P. Company Gabardine Zipped Overshirt
The old faithful C.P. overshirt is a wardrobe staple across the terraces in the UK, which is why it’s fitting a shop called Terraces has these.
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Lacoste Signature Sweatshirt
Few brands do what Lacoste does. Austere yet vibrant. Logo-led yet always aesthetically pleasing. A rare combo.
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Oakley Plazma Sunglasses
We’ve seemingly all given the elbow to your Persols and Ray Bans in favour of something Sigourney Weaver would wear in one of those films about aliens she was in. I forget the name now. Anyway, these are that. That is these.
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Gramicci x Chaco Z1 Sandals
M8, if you’re gonna go open toe please, please give your nails some attention. To ignore that elementary piece of self care takes away from the simple beauty in this link up between Gramicci and Chaco.
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Puma Indoor
Inspired by their 80s archive, the Indoor trainer from Puma takes design cues from an era when the crossover from sport to street was at its zenith, and while things will always move on, this is a timeless silhouette.
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Mark Smith

I had pizza for tea.

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