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Photos from Slate/Project

By Tiffany Montgomery
February 15, 2011 6:00 AM

Slate seems to have been successful in its push to bring more skate brands to the show, judging by some of the companies I saw on the floor Monday in the show's new Ride section.

 

There was also some good energy around the Maloof High Ollie Challenge.

 

One theme that clearly emerged at Project - the vintage, Americana, workwear trend. I saw many vintage American flags in many, many booths and the same color palette - bluer denims and lots of camel, rusty browns.

 

Above are some photos from the floor.


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