Durkl SS’11 (Delivery II)

One of my favourite US brands, Washington D.C.’s Durkl, are set to drop the second delivery of their Spring collection in the UK any day now. This selection of looks, packed full of shorts, shirts and headwear, shows what you can expect, and just why they’re topping my list.

Durkl have gone all out with their custom Navajo fabric shorts, and the allover embroidered Triangle Work Shorts are as much of a statement piece. There’s plenty of chambray (shirts and jackets), plus plaid options, and my personal favourite, the clean Oxford Longsleeve shirt, with the brand’s rat logo embroidered on the pocket. Durkl offers something different to what’s out there elsewhere at the moment, something that can be more adventurous, but that also hits the basics right on the money, with pieces like the Oxford and chambray shirts.

The second installment of Spring 2011 will be available from Angry Daves shortly. More looks follow below, but you can check out the full collection at Durkl.

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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  • Sam

    copying Obey…

  • John

    All these American brands are all the same… their logo’s a rip off from Supreme and they copy the norse projects label!

  • http://www.thediggersltd.co.uk Chris Airplays

    ^ can I detect some irony?!

  • Nathan Toulouse

    The Durkl logo is nothing like the Supreme logo. The only similarity is that they both have letters of the alphabet in them.

    Also, Norse Projects didn’t invent label patches.

    And lastly, Obey didn’t invent Navajo patterns. The Navajo did.

  • JIM

    Well said Nathan!


    Hear hear, nathan!