The Patta Asia Tour kicks off sometime in November 2017.
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Updated: November 1, 10.15am (GMT+8)
According to a press release from Patta, its Bangkok leg of the tour will run from Thursday, November 2 to Sunday, November 5 instead of the previously reported date.
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Updated: October 31, 9.41am (GMT+8)
24 Kilates Bangkok – the Thai outpost of 24 Kilates Barcelona, a popular sneaker and streetwear retailer – has taken to Instagram to tease a six-piece special capsule created to commemorate the Patta Asia tour.
The collection includes the Patta Script Logo Bangkok t-shirt, the Patta Asia Tour long sleeved t-shirt, the Patta throwback hooded sweater, the Patta Asia Tour City sports cap, and a Nike x Patta tour city jersey.
In addition, Patta will be working with Thai sportswear brand Fairtex to create a pair of special edition boxing shorts (image below).
All capsule collection items will be available only at Patta’s Bangkok pop-up, from Friday, November 3, to Sunday, November 5.
The Patta Asia Tour, which kicks off sometime in November 2017, will see the Dutch streetwear/sneaker retailer visit four key cities in Asia.
According to the Patta website, the Asia Tour (AT) will take the brand to Bangkok, Shanghai, Seoul, and Tokyo. Each stop lasts three days.
Fans of Patta can look forward to getting access to a range of limited edition Patta AT exclusive merch as well as products from Nike and Converse.
In other Patta related news, the retailer will be releasing a collab sneaker in collaboration with ASICS Tiger. Find out more about the Patta x GEL-MAI Knit sneaker here.
Patta, headquartered in Amsterdam, has a substantial following in the streetwear and sneaker community. It has produced a ton of sneaker collaborations and streetwear crossovers with brands such as Stussy since its inception in 2003.
As always, stay tuned to Straatosphere for more updates on the 2017 Patta Asia Tour.
Catch the Patta Asia Tour in any of the four cities – Bangkok, Seoul, Shanghai, Tokyo. Book your trip on Booking.com and get S$40 off your next booking – be sure to book via this link!