Video: Trapstar x Goonies ‘M40′ collection

Trapstar have joined forces with their friends from Birmingham known as the Goonies, for a new collection titled ‘M40′. The name itself is a reference to the motorway which joins the cities that each calls home.

Since The Candy Store closed it’s doors, where in-store invasions and after-parties had become regular events, Trapstar has been without it’s Birmingham hub, so it’s nice to see the brand revive their Brum connection with this new line. The collection is strong, and plays on both Trapstar iconography and imagery from the classic kids film. It includes tees, crews, pullover hoods, and a co-branded snapback cap, in traditional Trapstar colours of black, grey, red and white. The release comes with a lookbook video, showing the product in it’s natural, inner-city environment, which I enjoyed rather a lot.

I believe a few of the pieces and sizes sold out pretty quickly after the collection went live on the brand’s online store (including the Goonies logo tee and snapback), so it’s a shame that it’s taken until now to release these visuals. You can check both lifestyle and product shots (featuring a guest appearance from P Money), along with the video below, and purchase what’s left from the Trapstar Online Store, or from their flagship store on Portobello Road. What do you think of what the two names have come up with? Let us know in the comments below.

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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Comments

  • Scotty C

    An insult to the legacy of the cinematic masterpiece that is the goonies

  • http://shauncraigparkinson.tumblr.com Shaun Craig Parkinson

    Always sold out… Is that due to popular demand, or poor stock levels?

    either way… I enjoy the trapstar brand.

  • Delmonte

    I wouldnt go that far Scotty!

  • http://facebook/thathootboy hoots

    Good to see these boys back collaborating. always produced top nights, parties, and in store sessions. Keep it coming.

  • JAMES

    KMT, ARE YOU SERIOUS.. WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS? LIKE SERIOUS, DAILY STREET WHAT ARE YOU PLAYING AT, WHY DO YOU ALWAYS BLOG ABOUT THIS BRAND TRAPSTAR. I WOULD UNDERSTAND IF THE PRODUCTS WAS GOOD, BUT THERE NOT. A BAUNCH OF LADIES WITH TATTS AND SUM ANY CLOTHES..KMT FUCK OUT ER

  • http://www.dubstepmusicawards.co.uk Jake C

    Haters gonna hate, I like the clothing!! Big Up Trapstar and Big Up Goonies!!

  • Stric

    This collection is dope. Feeling the sweaters and the snapback!

  • Campagnolo

    Just wondering what Scotty C finds insulting about it? everyones entitled to their opinions I am just interested?

  • http://yournearestfuture.tumblr.com/ jascha

    lovely pieces.. where can this stuff be bought? somewhere online?

  • Farz

    Dank garms and a diverse culture !

  • JAMES

    no one is hating, but if you call this street fashion, with something called goons and trapstar. You wonder why all street brands get criticized. Wheres the creativity.its not original. Taking other people pics, putting goonies or trapstar across the chest. i find the models tatts more creative. stop bumm licking and get real. FLY53 now thats a brand UNTIED LUKE, brands like this that ve made clothing a bit more fashionable. NOT THIS, THIS please, i could do this with a printer at home and a iron.

  • Di Barron Semadi

    BIG up my Birmingham Massive BIG UP GOONIES CREW TRAPSTAR collective YOU BIG BOUT YA!!!!

  • man

    nah its sick, they’re just doing ther thing

  • Joe

    The models and styling are a fucking embarrassment. Anyone who pays £80 for a shit quality, shit fitting trapstar crewneck is a mug.

  • theword

    I cannot stand the ‘The Brum Goonies’, everybody gets so gassed up about them and talk as if there some revolutionary brand.