Street Jack September 2001
Alright so last week I released a full issue of Street Jack for free but were back to regular content this week. If you’re interested in reading full issues, consider becoming a paid subscriber! This is the last issue of Street Jack I have in my collection as of right now. While its a pretty cool publication to go through, it often doesn’t really feature many editorials. Each issue is super long too, like 200+ pages, good for you guys but takes me much longer to scan. Without any further ado, lets get into this final issue from September of 2001!
If you’ve seen the last couple posts on Street Jack issues you know that each issue puts the spotlight on a bunch of brand, with the last few issues particularly highlighting Nike, Bape, Stüssy, and Gravis. Each issue has slighty different products featured though which is cool. Some really cool t-shirts featured on this page like the Undercover lightning bolt graphic designed by the elusive SK8thing. Other cool pieces include the Electric Cottage globe shirt and Number (N)ine ‘I Love Grandma’ tee.
Each of these brands has a specific ‘file’ that features the latest products from each. Stüssy has begun to cool off for the summer with a wide range of graphic tees, tank tops, button downs, shorts, and accessories. Bape gets colorful with their graphics featuring some rainbow prints, and CocaCola bootleg, Baby Milo tees, classic camo prints, and collaborations with Supreme and Alife. Nike is coming in full force with a bunch of different colorways on the Air Force 1, Dunks, and Air Trainers while Gravis also releases a bunch of new colorways for their lineup of sneakers.
While Street Jack mostly tends to feature streetwear items, it occasionally features some t-shirts from designer brands. Here we have graphic tees from Undercover’s S/S01 “Chaotic Discord” as well as Number (N)ine’s “Time Migration” collection. This collection from Undercover featured a bunch of graphics from a number of artists like SK8thing, Futura, and KAWS. Number (N)ine’s Knight graphics have always been cool to me too.
Up next we have a cool advertising feature on the Honda Zoomer scooter. More commonly known as the Ruckus in the US, this small little 50cc scooter was called the Zoomer on the Japanese market. Perfect for skaters and city folk who are hoping to save money on gas and not worry about parking. These scooters are barebones only having the necessities while also being utilitarian. Wrapping up this issue we have some more cool sneakers and accessories from some of the brands that have been featured in this issue. Nike coming through with a bunch more unique color ways of the Air Presto as well as the iconic black and yellow dunk hi’s and tabi’s. Supreme, Stüssy, Bape, Gregory, and more show off their line up of backpacks and bags.
That’s all for this week! I’ll have a bunch more content being delivered in the next few days so I’m looking forward to scanning some new stuff for you guys. Remember, if you want to have access to the full magazines in PDF form, you have to become a paid subscriber!