Those who know Max Schaaf‘s lifestyle will appreciate that this new Fourstar range comes as tough as his motorcycle collection. Picking a cotton canvas and cotton denim mix allows for a heavy fabric that should take a beating anywhere, whether you are skating or riding. The fact that Max went for thickness says it all, this 4Q Conditioning malarkey is built to spill and will set you back about £140 for the pleasure.
The detail in the chainstitch, minimalist branding and overall design is commendable. There are ample amounts of deep pockets for your daily accessories and even a hammer loop for those who wish to get stuck in. A perfect solution for those mildly cold nights ahead.
The slim-fit, straight leg jeans in this collection come in a heavy weight, raw canvas duck fabric, cut to a perfect fit. These come fronting triple stitching and a button fly with an approximate £100 price tag. Both the jacket and the jeans come in indigo blue or olive green, pack insta-comfort and should last you for yonks.
We doff our hats at this collab. The look and feel of this collection is a work/skate win. Amazing quality clothing from skateboarders with a grand vision.