FTC always seems to get on some legit collabos when it comes to bikes. Teaming up with Durcus One series on this one to build an H Street 24″. Limited to 50 pieces worldwide in the metallic orange color you can bet these will be swooped up pretty quickly. Hit FTC SF to get the whole scoop. The shots and editing on this promo bit by Ando are too sickkk.
Was chillen at FTC a bit last weekend and took some shots of Corbin’s SKYLMT down in the basement. Walking down the stairs I noticed the logo on the floor matched some of his components and decided to shoot it. Naturally the parts are way too small to see in the photos (bb parts and spacers) but I rather liked the way these came out. The FTC dudes are always good to me and I was stoked to snap some flicks. No bike check on this since that’s already been posted…just some random photos.
I really almost went and bought this when I saw the FTC Sac had one. Like holy shit I want this. Anywho, if you grew up skateboarding and are cruising the streets still you know you want this too. Here’s the deets and some media straight from Chrome. Check the bag right here…and hit up FTC SF!
“This year, seminal skateboard retailer FTC celebrates its 25th anniversary. For 25 years FTC has helped to shape and define the city experience. In recognition of this major milestone, FTC and Chrome collaborated on a limited edition rolltop backpack…The FTC25 Yalta.
The FTC25 Yalta is based on our iconic rolltop backpack and features a signature debossed 3M reflective FTC wordmark on the lower right panel. The FTC25 logo is engraved into the sharktooth closure that keeps the rolltop secure. Limited to 600 pieces worldwide and available exclusively through FTC, Chrome and select retailers…These bags will be gone quick. Get yours!”
Nabiis and FTC came together to make Alchemy. The Black and Gold frames are available at FTC stores one. Gun metal and turquoise colors, and a pearl clear coat color are available through www.nabiis.net. Unfortunately it looks like they will only come in 48, 50, 52, and 54.
Via. Nabiis Flickr