Drop clothing has a wide range of supporters that fly the flag for #antisocialapparel
We are hoping to work closely with our collaboration community to bring some unique designs to our clothing ranges and also to see our range being worn in the right circles to make an impact and to share our beliefs in sustainable futures.
The Drop brand is conscious of equality and fairness in the production of our clothing ranges, and has an understanding of the importance to source organic, vegan and recyclable products for our customers… when coupled with great design, we believe that Drop will fulfil all its brand objectives.
If you would like to join the Drop community, please contact us via email – email@example.com
Blake samuel jones
Check out Dan’s instagram for the proof. GET GNARLY.
An 18 year old BMX rider from the southwest of England has been riding since they was 16.
Jake tries and push my self each day to be the best he can be. When he rides he listen to hip hop, his 2 favourite tricks to do is a Manuel and a bar spin.
His favourite riders are Boyd hilder Simone barraco and Lewis mills.
Coby – 11 – loves to skate, ride the dirt, motocross and snowboard.
Skates @ ‘bury st Edmunds skatepark’ and ‘adrenaline alley’ – has a small skatepark at home.
Loves DROP, Nixon, Volcom and DC.
Loves Rock and Hip Hop – plays electric guitar in his band ‘Sidewinder’
Favourite food is Swedish meatballs made by his mum (who is Swedish so they are the real deal!)
Oliver Cox is 15 years old and has been wheeling for 2 years.
Oli lives in a small village called Drakes Broughton (near Worcester) and practices every day for hours. Bikelife is his life and whenever he’s on the back wheel it makes me feel like he’s on top of the world.
He’s gassed to be able to call himself a drop clothing team rider and ambassador and can’t wait to see what’s coming in the future!!
THE PRETTY UGLY
‘The Pretty Ugly are a 4 piece Alt pop/rock group based in Yorkshire. The 80s obsessed Indie rockers, once described as looking like they ‘met at a bus stop’ aren’t your average alternative group. A unique blend of Alt rock and past decade nostalgia breathe a new breath of life into the 20s that comes just as unexpected as it is needed. “With soaring harmonies and catchy melodies these guys have done something really special with that 80s throw back trend that has been going around’
(Christan Carlisle – BBC introducing DJ Sheffield)