With a distinctive lo-fi video style that couldn't be closer to the current skate video zeitgeist, Bronze 56K, under the creative guise of Peter Sidlauskas, has taken NYC and now the world by storm.
The label initially found success producing bolts, with each pack containing one bronze-coloured bolt so you could tell which end was the front of your board when skating (and it looks damn cool, too). Apparel naturally became the next point of progression, and the B Logo, Bronze's riff on the classic Windows logo, was always going to look killer on t-shirts, crewnecks and the like. Fast forward a few seasons, and Bronze is carving its own route to success with its nostalgia-filled clothing collections.
Having already collaborated with some of the biggest names in skateboarding, including HUF and Palace, and pairings with other acclaimed names like Dover Street Market, it's safe to say we can expect big things from Bronze.