Street Wear Sample Sale

Uk distribution company Out Of Step, distributors of the finest U.S street wear brands give all us street cats a real treat on October 21st – 24th. Put it in your diaries.

As you can see from the e-flyer a lot of top quality brands will be in attendance, so my advice is to start saving up your pennies now! Check the flyer for all the details you need on when where and what will be available.

Jamie Szulc

One of three co-founders of THE DAILY STREET, Jamie specialises in menswear and is currently Footwear Account Manager at Fred Perry.

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  • Bossman75

    Open til 7pm but when does it open open if you get me?

  • Grizzle

    Bossman!!! Did not notice this flyer does not have an opening time on it, but from experience they usually open the doors at around 10 am if everything is running on time. i usually leave it until mid day to head down to sample sales ( i don’t do queing ha) I’ll have a proper look into it for you and update the post if i find anything out. Cheers for the comments man!

  • Geoff

    Is this the same deal as the last sample sale? Because “lame” doesn’t fully describe boxes full of crap BBC polos and 4 Mishka flannel shirts…just hoping it’s going to be worth a trip this time.

  • J

    opens at 12 on the first day and 10 on the others

  • Suffocake

    The last Out Of Step sample sale at Christmas was pretty decent, and with HUF and Rebel 8 this one should be pretty sweet also. Definitely no BBC this time!

  • B.I.G

    word @ geoff.

    there is no such thing as a proper ‘sample’ sale from any of these guys. some broke distros sell on old stock expecting to make a near full retail price on bate stock.

    samples should be banged out for £5 T’s and £10 other bits, not 5 season old bits for full price! they shouldn’t bother and leave the selling to the stores.


  • Out Of Step

    @ Geoff – as Suffocake says, that wasn’t us, just a little Mishka inc recent samples as we’ve only just started working with them.

    @ B.I.G nah, we’re not broke, just making space, a lot of samples, and some old stock. As the flyer says, at least 50% of retail prices, most things a lot more. If you’re into the brands you’ll find something you like at a decent price.

  • Geoff

    OOS – fair play for the response and respect. I was just expecting a little ‘more’ when I saw the OG flyer.