10 Years ago, Carhartt WIP packed off their skate team to Mongolia to try skate a park they’d seen a photo of, in the heart of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. On arrival, they found that the park had been torn down three weeks prior. Mongolia has grown exponentially since and almost to the date a decade
Tyler, The Creator – The multi-talented enfant terrible – prolific rapper, producer, Odd Future founder and business mogul has, as part of the Hypebeast generation, given us the music, clothing and ideals that helped shape how we think about street culture. Recently, somehow, the stars
Not sure if you got the memo but the past year or so has been a really good period for ~Grime Music~. Mainstream success on a global scale, led by Joseph Adenuga & co, has meant that the first 7 notes of Shutdown/That’s Not Me are on the verge of becoming a 7 Nation Army-esque football chant
Breaks got treated to the high life on a trip to Hossegor, France during the WSL Quiksilver Pro surf competition.
Breaks hosted the launch party for the Footpatrol x Alife collaboration collection.
Fresh from a slew of summer travels that saw me visit Hong Kong, Singapore, Ibiza and Croatia – Bestival was the last stop on my ‘summer tour’. I haven’t stepped foot on the Isle of Wight since I was 16, so to be back over a decade later and to be back on a chilled out island was really
On an unusually sunny and warm September afternoon I had the pleasure of calling up Ben Raemers while he took a break and sat on the grass during a session in Livingstone, Scotland while shooting for the upcoming Volcom movie. Ben has been on the road a lot, spanning the globe on the Converse One
Travis Rice talks about the challenges of filming his third project with Brain Farm, secret late release Lib Tech snowboard graphics, hanging out with the Quiksilver Surf team and Jackson Hole as the ultimate snowboarding gateway drug.
We get a lot of Emails from brands. That isn’t news I know, and that isn’t why I’m writing this. We get a lot of Emails from brands, stating they’re something special, that they’re doing something that nobody else is doing and telling us that we should give a fuck about that. In essence,
Lucien Clarke talks about his Supra Quattro colourway, ties with Supreme and how Palace all started.
Photographer Dean Martindale shoots model Lily Bridger wearing Grand Scheme for Breaks Magazine.
Steve Croteau’s Peep Game brand has been popping on my radar a lot recently, not only for the incredible level of riding ability the crew has, but because they’re beginning to succeed where other BMX brands have failed. Traditionally, BMX was awash with DIY T-shirt brands, every scene
At the start of 2015 Outlook Festival invited us to throw a boat party at their festival in Croatia and clearly this wasn’t something we were going to refuse. We decided if we were going to do it then we should do it properly, our parties in London always go off so there was no reason a boat
Granted, summer is drawing to a close, but that hasn’t stopped indcsn recently releasing a fresh new t-shirt collection. Featuring a bold new direction and subtle colour additions not seen before with the UK streetwear mainstay, Breaks commissioned our Norwegian pal Homegrown Diamonds to
Before you read this interview, I implore you to at least skip through Elijah’s Rhythm and Cash podcast with Plastician, it pre-dates this interview and for context I feel it’s important to take it in and really understand where Plastician comes from and his views on the challenges he faces and
Iconic 90s brand Dready made a welcome return earlier this year, sparking waves of fond nostalgia from fans who wore it back in the day.
It seems like a very long time ago that the DC Special Delivery Tour swung through London for a packed out jam session at Mile End, followed by an exhibition at Parlour Skate Store. Later on that same evening I cornered a somewhat bleary eyed Madars Apse down an East London side alley and ran
Breaks interviews Daniel Bradshaw of Australian store StreetX, based in Perth about their store, scene and in-house brand.
With a name like this, the product is everything. No bullshit, just exactly what it says on the bag. It’s simple really. I got in touch with Sami, who runs FSWC with Tony and Dennis, and suggested we meet at Parlour back when the DC Special Delivery Tour was in London so I could find out more.