TDS Christmas Comp. (Day 2)

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It’s getting close now…not long now until Christmas eve, our lasat day of entries for the competition. The pile is so big now it’s hard to keep track of. Today I’ve added another 6 items to the list, check them out below.

Here’s what’s been added today:

King Apparel – Monster Mash T-Shirt
Soap-Box – Saysam T-shirt
AnyForty – Versus Urban Idustry Certified Classic T-Shirt
LTD Watch – White/Blue watch
Urban Industry – Special Works Control-Alt-Defeat T-shirt
Dirrrtee – Infmous Dirrrtee Girrrls T-shirt

And here’s what’s already in the pile:

Suffoca – SledgeHead T-Shirt
Urban Industry – Special Works Shirt 1 B – Black
Slam City Skates – Logo T-shirt
Computer Arts Projects – Magazine (from Any Forty)
Urban Industry – Special Works Shirt 1 A – Red
Soap-Box – Soapboy T-shirt
Second Son – Who Cares Who Wins T-Shirt
Urban Industry – Special Works Socks (x3)
Upper Playground – Walfits Hoodie
Nash Money – Signed and numbered DC x Nash Cadwell print
Suffoca – OwlFingers T-Shirt
SuperFishal – Logo Pom Beanie (from Upper Playground)
Chateau Roux – SinS Wolf T-Shirt
Second Son – Peace Off T-shirt
Death Before Dishonour – Samuri Skull T-shirt
Yoghurt WarriorLung Capacity T-shirt

Now that makes  14 T-shirts, 3 pairs of socks, 2 shirts, 1 hoodie, 1 hat, a watch, a print and a magazine – and remember, we’re releasing more items every day until christmas, there’s still more to come!

To enter,  just email your name and postal address to christmas@thedailystreet.co.uk! If you want to include any witty comments along with it then feel free! Thanks to everyone who has entered already, and a special big up to those who added in a joke or witty comment along with, they’ve made very entertaining reading!

GOOD LUCK!

Only one entry per person. UK Residents only. No family members – Sorry!

Adam Scotland

One of the three founding members of THE DAILY STREET, Adam is our Editor at TDS. Adam works in the streetwear industry for Out Of Step Ltd., specialising in both USA and UK brands. He also contributes to The Hundreds website.

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