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Altamont Holiday 2009 Collection

October 2, 2009 by garry

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Check out the brand-new Altamont Holiday 2009 Collection, featuring:

The 10 Deep Collection, featuring the Deep Hoody, Deep Woven, Deep Scarf, Deep Cap and the Security and Voyage t-shirts. Photo enlarges.

10 Deep + Scott Sasso

The original goal of the 10 Deep brand was to reflect the ideas and ideals of youth street culture surrounding its founder, Scott Sasso, as an adolescent in New York City. Launched in his college dorm room, the name was ultimately chosen from a list of 50 because of its bold sound. As a slang term, 10 Deep describes a group of 10 people brought together in a show of force. As a brand, the name is a reference to a person's 10 fingers and the power of a single strong individual to affect change. Unwavering senses of collective individuality and personal strength are what birthed hip-hop, skate, punk and graffiti, and every youth movement of the last 30 years. Through gritty, utilitarian fashion pieces and critical, oft-provoking graphics, the 10 Deep apparel line continues to reflect the contrarian ideals of the cultural movements from which the brand was birthed.

The Eriberto Oriol Collection, featuring the America's Most Wanted, I Have a Dream, Thinker and Welcome to California t-shirts.

Eriberto Oriol

A top art critic from The Los Angeles Times called Eriberto Oriol "a people's aesthete for his discerning eye." Eriberto's photos have a strong sense of perspective and composition. He's been published globally, including Juxtapoz and Warp Japan, along with the aforementioned newspaper and The San Francisco Chronicle, just to name a few. He continues to live and work in his hometown L.A.

The Andrew Reynolds Collection, featuring the A. Reynolds Signature jacket, Covert 2 and Outsider flannels, and various denim and pants. Photo enlarges.

Andrew Reynolds

Arguably the biggest influencer in modern street skateboarding today, Andrew Reynolds' skateboard has taken him to the city streets of his hometown, Los Angeles, and across the globe. Those streets and the people he has come across as a professional street skater have left their mark on him. This influence can be seen in his creative vision as the owner of Baker Skateboards and as the Head Designer for Altamont Apparel. Andrew, not content to simply ride for a traditional clothing sponsor, pursues a passion for design and clarifies his vision even further through Altamont Apparel.

Also, don't miss the loads of other brand-new denim, hats, hoods, jackets, knits, pants, shorts, sweaters, t-shirts and wovens in the Altamont Holiday 2009 Collection! Choose your favorites right now and buy 'em down at your favorite local stockist.


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