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... Just ollie When productivity seems to replace real experiences, when your ego stands in the way of realizing how blessed you are, please hike 50 meters in the woods and do an ollie for yourself. This ollie is dedicated to all those who know that sometimes a mind changer is just a millisecond away. Thank you for being you. b a s t a rd • Fall Winter 2013 - 14


Lukas Goller, ollie in Hokkaido by Alex Papis

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SNOWBOARDS


bastard starts off in 1994 as the first italian snowboard company entirely dedicated to freestyle and freeride. The first line consisted in only two boards and a tiny clothing selection, expanding in the years to follow, especially for the clothing. Throughout the years we kept our production in Italy, although the competitors were becoming more aggressive in terms of price, especially by using factories located in eastern Europe, Africa or Asia. There are snowboarders that may care to know that the money they paid for their board was actually used to buy the best materials and not to finance expensive ad campaigns. b a s t a rd • Fall Winter 2013 - 14

And some other also care to know that there still is a small factory outside of Milan, that manufactures boards using the latest technologies, with guaranteed precision and uniformity that up until a few years ago were only achievable with equipment dedicated for serial productions. Topping it off with the craftsmanship and a meticulous approach to production we are able to obtain a superior non industrial type of product. The type of snowboarder that appreciates all this is who we address to, because that’s exactly how we are. − Max Bonassi−


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FISHING CLUB

PRESIDENT

sizes: 152 - 156 - 159

sizes: 152 - 156 - 159

BRAAP

DEVIL POP

MAGNUS

sizes: 152 - 156 - 159

sizes: 152 - 156 - 159 - 159 slim

sizes: 152 - 156 - 159

1560

1590 1179.8

460

500

580

R7800

580

1151.19 effective edge

159 SLIM

219.58

291.12

219.23

291.12

194.4

293.3

293.3

250

460 R7600

620

1590

1131.2

152 TWIN TIP

301.9

159 TWIN TIP

1520 194.4

205.1

256

301.9

205.1

250

R7700

203.1

297.5

156 TWIN TIP

253

1153.7

297.5

203.1

R8800

R8300

560 640

R7500

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Pietro Sedda If you are into the tattoo scene the name Pietro Sedda will sound familiar. Nowadays, permanent skin ink has been accepted and mainstreamed. This, however, doesn’t affect Pietro Sedda: he’s an artist by nature, only guilty of having chosen ink and skin as his tools to express his personal vision. We asked him to develop a graphic of one of our boards and the result is what you see in the following page. Let’s have Pietro tell us his own story though.

When I was a child I didn’t think I would become a tattoo artist or the like. I liked best to daydream while listening to my aunts chattering in the living room. I found their chatter re-creative. I have never wanted to develop this talent, it all happened by chance, with a help from some friends. When I was thirty, in 1999, I started tattooing. Today I still not consider myself a tattooist: I only put into practice the technical and creative skills I have developed over time. After studying at the Academy of Fine Arts between the eighties and the nineties in the “Milan to sniff”, I have been mainly working as a visual artist, but little by little the world of interest gravitating around contemporary art brought me far away from the establishment. So, today I fix themes and schedules myself.

As time passed and I became experienced, my entire background and my interest melt with my profession as a tattoo artist, with what I am and the way I create my works. I was born in 1969 in a magical land, Sardinia. In order to celebrate the event my father bought a beautiful washing machine with a super spindryer as a present for my mother. Maybe I found my inspiration “by chance” even in such things: an object, a movie, a dress, a journey, a piece of design, or an image found on the internet. I love traveling in order to seize what happens around me: colors, smells, faces… and so, traveling and traveling around the world I came back to Milan, that is still “to sniff”, and here I found My Saint Mariner.

– Pietro Sedda –

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SEDDA Original drawing by Pietro Sedda, applied on the topsheet of our favourite snowboard, the bastard twip tip.

BSXSN102

152 overall length waist width nose/tail width effective edge sidecut radius stance range

152 cm 25,0 cm 29,3 cm 113.1 cm 760 cm 46/58 cm

BSXSN103

156 overall length waist width nose/tail width effective edge sidecut radius stance range

156 cm 25,3 cm 29,8 cm 115.4 cm 770 cm 46/58 cm

BSXSN104

159

overall length waist width nose/tail width effective edge sidecut radius stance range

159 cm 25,6 cm 30,2 cm 118,0 cm 780 cm 50/62 cm

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Construction technique Our snowboards are handmade, as they used to be back in the day, but with that little bit of technology that doesn’t ruin the party. We use high quality materials, very expensive and sometimes hard to find. Although our suppliers may hate us for how much we obsess on little details and perfection, we are indeed our first customers and that is why we demand top quality products. Craftsmanship, industrial precision and design by snowboarders! This is basically our concept for snowboards. A small lab near our offices, where decades of experience and hard manual labor are mixed with modern CNC machines, so that our nerdy snowboarder expectations can be met.

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FEATURES ➊ ➋ ➌ ➍

Handmade construction 100% MADE IN ITALY. Traditional camber 80% +20% toward nose and tail.

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Two year warranty against manufacturer’s defect. Beech and poplar vertical laminated wood-core, without knots and joints.

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Sintered base ISO 7500. Triaxial fiberglass reinforcement. 48 HRC steel edges with anti-vibration rubber along the whole perimeter and in critical areas of the board, assuring great holding, sturdiness and an accurate response. Sublimated Bastardium surface, anti-scratch.

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6MA 4×2 stainless steel inserts, with a minimum depth of 6mm on shorter boards, up to 7mm on longer ones for guaranteed holding. Ready to use, high-grade hydrocarbon blended wax by Oneballjay®.


CUSTOMIZE YOUR BOARD Haven’t you always desired a snowboard deck with a custom graphic and the possibility of choosing your own technical features? Well, you can now have it: we put at your disposal 15 years of experience in building handmade snowboards. All you have to do is unleash your fantasy and give us your graphic! For further details please write to: my s n o w b o a rd @ b a s ta rd . i t

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SNOWEAR

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Deep in snow... Only if you’ve been deep in the snow up to the neck you can really understand the necessary features for good outerwear. That’s the reason why the designers of the bastard outerwear line have to be snowboarders first. We believe that one can design a good product only if he’s able to test it himself. And we’ve been thinking so since nineteenninetyfour#.

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PRODUCT FEATURES

Our fabric is a TWILL MECHANICAL STRETCH, which is a type of textile weave with a pattern of diagonal parallel ribs which enhance higher softness and better mobility.

SEALED SEAMS

ERGONOMIC FIT

In order to avoid water or air infiltrations, all the

Neither slim nor oversized.

seams in our snowear are taped through thermal

Our snowear garments are designed to follow

welding.

your moves everywhere.

VENTILATION SYSTEM

DOUBLE GAITER

Zip openings with protective nets are provided for

All of our jacket feature a double gaiter, that

voiding excessive heat.

matches the zip on our pants, in order to create a solid screen against snow infiltrations.

NINJA MASK

SMART HOOD

There is a hood pocket that hides a lycra mask, to

Our jackets are equipped with “smart hoods”

be used when maximum protection is needed.

designed to fit perfectly your head with a simple regulation system.

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BSUGN279

VENOM A cozy jacket which is full of surprises, thanks to the full “hood friendly” double opening it will give you all the freedom you’ve always dreamed of. sizes: XXS-XS-S-M-L-XL outer shell: 100% polyester  lining: 100% polyester colors: fingerfade  rio red  dried tobacco

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waterproof 20K mm breathability 20K gr/24h/smq


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BSUGN277

FUJI Simple, no gimmicks, no frills, this jacket has got all you need on the mountains. sizes: XS-S-M-L-XL outer shell: 100% polyester  lining: 100% polyester colors: ikat  college  dried tobacco  fingerfade 

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seaport

waterproof 20K mm breathability 20K gr/24h/smq


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BSUGN285

B65

Four roomy and easily reachable pockets, ventilation system and twill super-strong outer fabric, that’s only a taste of what you can find in the new B65 jacket. sizes: XS-S-M-L-XL outer shell: 100% polyester  lining: 100% polyester colors: seaport  rio red  khaki  black

waterproof 20K mm breathability 20K gr/24h/smq

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BSUGN280

YUKON Some like it hot. Some others simply like to stay warm. Here you go, the goose down used for the Yukon’s padding will keep you warm anywhere. sizes: XXS - XS-S-M-L-XL outer shell: 100% polyester  padding: 80% goose down, 20% feather  lining: 100% polyester colors: democalypse  loden  black

waterproof 20K mm breathability 20K gr/24h/smq

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BSUGN281

JAMA Cozy as a fleece, warm as a jacket. So comfortable you’ll want to wear it in your bed. sizes: XXS-XS-S-M-L-XL outer shell: 100% polyester  lining: 100% polyester colors: black  college  ikat

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waterproof 20K mm breathability 20K gr/24h/smq


BSUGL096

HUBERT The urban hunter’s favorite. From snowy woods to the city traffic. sizes: XXS - XS-S-M-L-XL outer shell: 100% polyester  padding: 80% goose down, 20% feather  lining: 100% polyester colors: black  loden

waterproof 20K mm breathability 20K gr/24h/smq

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BSUPN250

CARGO An evergreen, tested by the best. Our true classic snowboard pant with a loose and ergonomic fit. Designed, produced and tested by snowboarders for snowboarders. sizes: XXS - XS-S-M-L-XL shell: 100% polyester lining: 100% polyester colors: rio red black khaki


BSUPN246

BUTCHER Neither slim nor oversized, these pants just fit perfect! The Butcher pants are designed to follow your moves everywhere. sizes: XXS - XS-S-M-L-XL shell: 100% polyester lining: 100% polyester colors: dried tobacco seaport loden


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Todd Bratrud Todd Bratrud is an illustrator and artist born in 1975 in Crookston, Minnesota. He is the owner and creator of Send Help skateboards. He currently lives in Grand Forks Minnesota. He has been the art director at Consolidated Skateboards for many years. He has created hundreds of skateboard graphics for many of the most important skateboard companies in the world. He is also an illustrator and blogger for The Skateboard Mag. We met Todd in Italy in April 2012 when we hosted “The Art of Todd Bratrud”, his artshow and european book premiere. It was love at first sight. Answers Todd Bratrud Hi Todd, welcome to the bastard CataZine! Since it’s your first appearance, can you please introduce yourself to the readers? Hi! My name is Todd Bratrud, I live in Northern North Dakota, the most northern point in the middle of the United States, just south of Canada. I make “art” with skateboarding in mind. I’ve been making art for skateboarding since 1996, this is all I do and all I want to do. Ever. An obvious question: how did you start drawing? Same as all children, but my parents just encouraged the creative side of things so I just kinda kept with the drawing when most kids moved to sports and social activities.

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When and how drawing has start to become your job? Mid 1990s. I think that just working normal crummy jobs always made me daydream about being able to make art for a living, so I started looking for any opportunity to get paid to draw something, although easier said than done. A lot of people into skateboard art consider you as an idol, do you like it or hate it? A little of both. In some ways i don’t really feel deserving of anything like that as this is all I know how b a s t a rd • Fall Winter 2013 - 14

to do and what I would be doing wether people were paying attention or not. While at the same time it’s really nice to be able to get some love for things that i have spent days and hours working on. It goes both ways, I guess. You are universally known for you crazy ideas. How can your mind give birth to such insane visions? Overactive imagination to a fault. Did your drawing style evolve throughout your career or has it been the same since the beginning?


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And how about your themes (plump girls, hipster cartoons...)? I think I kinda still like most of the same stuff I have always been into, naturally I want to be able to bring things to life the way I see them in my head and i think the longer you work at something, you are naturally going to refine what you do and grow. Ideas still come from the same point of view, I just might have a different way of going about things as time passes. Free inspiration or daily job? Could you describe us your way of working? A little of both, I “work” daily but it’s usually pretty wide open to get into whatever either needs to be finished or whatever I am in the mood to work on… always a few projects in the wings. Green and purple are often the prominent colors in your work, what’s the story behind? No real story at all, my favorite color is pink so it’s defi nitely not about favorite colors. I think I just like the combination of green and purple, that just looks nice! How did you get involved with the skateboard industry? Lots of drawing. Lots of right place at the right time. When I got in, it was next to impossible to do art in skateboarding, I just worked hard and kept in contact with the brands I was into. You are well-known in the skateboarding community but you are also very popular in the sneaker community. How did you start getting involved with the sneaker’s world? I think me working with Nike is the only reason the sneaker world gives a crap. I thoroughly enjoy designing that stuff, so I ran nuts with it once I got the opportunity. As far as my involvement, a lot of

my good friends in the skateboarding industry work at Nike, if that were not the case I wouldn’t be doing shoes at all, I’m sure. You have worked for a lot of skateboard companies and in a lot of projects. The most beautiful experience? All projects have their high and low points, some just have higher “highs” than normal, usually when travel is involved is when it gets interesting! As far as my experience creating, thats always different as well. All brands will naturally have their own vision and their own way of doing things, just a different path to the same end for the most part, it’s all beautiful! We know you are into beautiful girls… What else inspires you? Beautiful girls! I like beautiful girls, all different kinds of beautiful girls. Life in general inspires me, nature, skateboarding. You grew up in a small town. How did this play an influence on you? I wouldn’t say it influenced me, it just set me up to be able to spend massive amounts of time alone… which in the long run is what is needed to. You ‘ve been in Italy for a solo exhibition last spring, how did you get in here? Did a show with you guys for my book, “iHate the art of Todd Bratrud”, came out with Winston Tseng (Enjoi Skateboards) and my friend Horsey, hung some art, made some art, painted some walls, skateboarded all over the city… was a dreamy trip. Let’s do it again!! Plans for the future? SEND HELP! Keep in touch with Todd’s skateboard company by clicking s e n d x h e l p .co m Go to page 41 to admire the United, the snowboard designed by Todd, made in collaboration with Rough.

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INDIPENDENCE We share a lot with Rough Snowboards, we are both italian, we are both a snowboard company, we are small but we tend to think big, but the most important thing that we have in common is that we deeply believe in the Do It Yourself philosophy. So we decided to start a Rough-bastard 100% DIY collection. The result is in the following pages.

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UNITED When we started talking about the collabo between bastard and Rough, the first product we decided to do was a snowboard. And the first artist we decided to call was Todd Bratrud. This board represents Todd’s vision of independence and freedom. Anything else? oh yes... the United is made by Rough with the original construction that makes snowboarding easier. Keep in touch with the Rough guys by clicking ro u g h s n o w b o a rd s .co m

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BSUGL315

KNIFE UNITED COACH This jacket features a slim cut but is long enough to protect your bottom from snow and cold. The fabric grants waterproof protection for a water column of 5.000 mm and a breathability level of 5.000 GR on a 24 hours period for each square meter. XS-S-M-L-XL-XL shell: 100% polyester lining: 100% polyester colors: pitch black

BSUPN301

IRA UNITED CHINO This garment has a slim shape yet it features an ergonomic design to improve mobility. The IRA pants sport a slim cut at thigh and knee but are wide enough towards the bottom to accomodate a pair of boots. XS-S-M-L-XL shell: 100% polyester lining: 100% polyester colors: khaki black 

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Lukas Goller, tree long ride in Hokkaido by Alex Papis


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BSUGL107

GUS

Strong nylon raglan jacket with a confortable cotton lining. XS - S - M L- XL

outer: 100% polyester inner: 100% cotton

dark grey 

mil green 

dark navy

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BSUGL108

HAMMER bastard classic worker jacket in Nylon with bear fleece lining. XS - S - M L- XL

black 

outer: 100% polyester inner: 100% cotton brown 

dark grey  

light grey

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BSUGN281

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BSUGL106

WOOLY Melton wool quilted bomber jacket. XS - S - M L- XL

outer: 60% polyester 40% wool inner: 100% polyester

brown 

dark grey

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BSUGL112

WOOL COACH Melton wool quilted coach jacket with metal snap buttons. XS - S - M L- XL

black 

outer: 60% polyester 40% wool inner: 100% polyester mil. green

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BSUGL109

INUIT Clean cut nylon parka jacket with bear fleece lining. XS - S - M L- XL

outer: 100% polyester inner: 100% polyester

dark grey 

dark navy

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BSUCM042

SOL

Sol Lewitt inspired flannel cotton shirt jacket with teddy bear fleece liningand metal snap buttons. Handmade stipes design by jep. XS - S - M L- XL

outer: 100% cotton inner: 100% teddybear fleece

dark grey


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BSUCM042

STEVE Padded and quilted flanel cotton jacket with metal snap buttons. Handmade chequered pattern by jep. XS - S - M L- XL

red 

outer: 100% cotton inner: 100% Polyester blue 

yellow

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BSUCM040

DISSIDENT Four pockets wool blend with clean flat metal snap buttons for the real architect. XS - S - M L- XL

outer: 70% polyester 30% wool

dark grey 

brown


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BSUCM044

IRWIN LS Oricamo pattern heavy duty shirt with Cargo (see page 62) details. XS - S - M L- XL

outer: 100% cotton

scarred forest 

pitch black


BSUCM041

HOBO Cotton flannel hooded shirt for the true vagabonds. XS - S - M L- XL

red 

outer: 100% cotton green

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We have been producing the Cargo pants for 15 years. Overtime, we mastered and refined the details and the fit by testing it on skateboarders, bmxers, bikers, hikers, black blocks, protesters, businessmen and hippies. From skateboarding on concrete to hiking in the woods, the bastard Cargo has proven itself and passed all conceivable comfort and durability tests. Besides being thought out for enhancing mobility, it is made with high quality ripstop cotton. The basic principle of ripstop cotton is to insert a thicker and stronger cotton yarn every 6mm, so that, in case of tearing, the cut cannot expand. This weaving technique makes the product stronger, enhancing durability without giving up an inch on softness and comfort. We dare you to find a better Cargo than ours, and if you do, our advice is... buy it!


BSUPL083

CARGO SLIM Slim version of the classic bastard cargo pants. 28-30-32 34-36-38

100% cotton ripstop (NEW)

cardboard  

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   mil green  

   grey    

  mud      


BSUPL050

CARGO In production for over 15 years this is the classic masterpiece of bastard’s pants. Military style pants with cargo pockets made of super resistant ripstop cotton. Each piece is sold with its unique cargo bag. 28-30-32 34-36-38

100% cotton ripstop (NEW)

black    

brown   

BSUPL054

CARGO CAMO 28-30-32 34-36-38

100% cotton ripstop

pitch black

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BSUPL089

SCIPIONE Classic chino pants with camo details 28-30-32 34-36-38

olive 

100% cotton ripstop sand

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Raw denim, as opposed to washed denim, is a denim fabric that is not washed after being dyed during its production. Over time, denim will generally fade, which is often considered desirable. During the process of wear, it is typical to see fading on areas that generally receive the most stress, which includes the upper thighs (whiskers), the ankles (stacks) and behind the knees (honey combs). After being crafted into an article of clothing, most denim is washed to make it softer and to reduce or eliminate shrinkage, which could cause an item to not fit after the owner washes it. In addition to being washed, non-dry denim is sometimes artificially “distressed� to produce a worn look. Much of the appeal of factory distressed denim is that it looks similar to dry denim that has, with time, faded. With dry denim, however, such fading is affected by the body of the person who wears the jeans and the activities of his/her daily life. This creates what many enthusiasts feel to be a more natural, unique look than distressed denim. To facilitate the natural distressing process, some wearers of dry denim will often abstain from washing their jeans for more than six months, though it is not a necessity for fading.

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BSUJN046

LAMBRO RAW Regular fit, straight leg 12,5 oz. Sanforized raw denim comfort jeans with waist lace. 28-30-32 34-36-38

raw

97% cotton 3% spandex


BSUJN047

CENTRALE RAW Slim fit 12,5 oz sanforized raw denim comfort jeans with waist lace and no metal studs anywhere. For easy and safe sliding on every surface. 28-30-32 34-36-38

97% cotton 3% spandex

raw

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Let’s dance between the Wall Street’s bulls. The 10,5 oz. comfort bull denim slub is bastard preferred fabric for coloured chino pants and jeans. Super strong and soft, these pants are enginereed with skateboarding in mind.

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BSUPL089

CHINO Overdyed tight chino pants in comfort slub bull denim 10,5 oz. Sold with his own bag with exclusive Zamoc artwork. 28-30-32 34-36-38

98% cotton, 2% spandex

gunmetal 

sycamore 

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buckthorn brown 

majolica blue


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BSUJN045

CENTRALE Slim fit jeans made of stretch bull denim. 28-30-32 34-36-38

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98% cotton 2% spandex sycamore


BSUJN044

LAMBRO Regular fit jeans made of stretch bull denim. 28-30-32 34-36-38

98% cotton 2% spandex

butternut 

duffel bag 

black coffee

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BSUGL111

HOCKEY Camo hockey jersey! XS - S - M L- XL

100% polyester

black

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BSUFS134

PATROL Heavyweight bear fleece lined zippered sweatshirt with oricamo allover print XS - S - M L- XL

black

80% cotton 20% polyester


BSUFC279

TOP HEAVYBONE

XS - S - M L - XL

80% cotton 20% polyester

black

BSUFC261

DEVIL ash grey 

BSUPL087 XS - S - M L - XL

80% cotton 20% polyester

black

ash grey

XS - S - M L - XL

80% cotton 20% polyester

black

BSUFC282

BULLS

BOTTOM HEAVYBONE

BSUFC280 XS - S - M L - XL

80% cotton 20% polyester

JUICY

XS - S - M L - XL

80% cotton 20% polyester

glazed ginger

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BSUFS122

NIN ash grey - black

XS - S - M L - XL

80% cotton 20% polyester


BSUFC274

LEFTY

BSUFC283 XS - S - M L - XL

80% cotton 20% polyester

black

rubber 

BSUFC277

SPORTY gunmetal

UNATHLETIC

XS - S - M L - XL

80% cotton 20% polyester

gunmetal

BSUFC282 XS - S - M L - XL

80% cotton 20% polyester

SLOGAN rubber 

XS - S - M L - XL

80% cotton 20% polyester

ash grey

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BSUFZ254

BENEDETTO

XS - S - M L - XL

ash grey

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100% cotton

made by Zamoc


BSUFS264

MACRO duffel bag 

XS - S - M L - XL

80% cotton 20% polyester

insigna blue 

black

BSUFC278

SBLOCK duffel bag 

XS - S - M L - XL

black 

80% cotton 20% polyester glazed ginger

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BSUFC281

DANCE ash grey

XS - S - M L - XL

80% cotton 20% polyester

made by Matteo Pulvirenti

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BSUFC275

SKULLZ duffel bag 

XS - S - M L - XL

80% cotton 20% polyester

insigna blue 

black

BSUFC276

PHELP black 

XS - S - M L - XL

duffel bag 

80% cotton 20% polyester insigna blue

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BSUMC337

BSUMC341

SBLOCK gunmetal 

XS - S - M L - XL

black 

SKULLZ

100% cotton butternut 

majolica blue

majolica blue 

BSUMC323

dried tobacco 

XS - S - M L - XL

white 

OLDSKULL

100% cotton

butternut 

white

BSUMC340

gunmetall 

100% cotton

gunmetal 

butternut 

BSUMC338

BIG SKULL

BSUMC342

UNATHLETIC

XS - S - M L - XL

XS - S - M L - XL

butternut 

100% cotton

JUICY

XS - S - M L - XL

100% cotton

gunmetal

BSUMC339 XS - S - M L - XL

dried tobacco 

100% cotton white

SLOGAN majolica blue 

XS - S - M L - XL

100% cotton

butternut

black


BSUMC321

BSUSC095

JAKE

XS - S - M L - XL

dried tobacco 

black 

majolica blue

BSUMC343

WINGS black

100% cotton

made by Rough

white

100% cotton

made by Pietro Sedda

100% cotton

OWL black

BSUMC345 XS - S - M L - XL

100% cotton

made by Lukas Goller

BSUSC102 XS - S - M L - XL

XS - S - M L - XL

ash grey

BSUMC344 XS - S - M L - XL

BSUSC101

HEADS

JAKEL

100% cotton

DANCE white

SENDHELP black

XS - S - M L - XL

100% cotton

made by Todd Bratrud

BSUSC103 XS - S - M L - XL

100% cotton

made by Matteo Pulvirenti

BENEDETTO white

XS - S - M L - XL

100% cotton

made by Zamoc


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BSXAT034

POUFF DADDY Completely removable cover, virgin pearl in expanded polystyrene filling, cargo ripstop fabric stonewashed. An italian design icon realized in bastard ripstop fabric.

outer fabric: 100% cotton ripstop filling with: virgin pearl in expanded polystyrene brown - mil green - black - pitch black - city night - wavestorm

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DIRK

THRASH

HISTORY

BSXAC025 brown

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WARRIOR

black

black

BSXAC020B black - purple - bordeaux - avio

LUKS

BSXAC026 black


SKATE SOCKS

SNEAK SOCKS

BSUAS001 black

SK8 BAG

BSXAT055 black

SLIV WALLIE

BSUAS003 red

BSXAT055 black - orange

BSXAT055 assorted

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COMVERT S.r.l. is an Italian private company based in Milano that started its activity in 1994 with the design, production and distribution of snowboards, clothing and accessories developed by skateboarders and snowboarders for all the young people out there. For all inquiries and information, please contact us via proper address below. ADDRESS COMVERT S.r.l. via Scipio Slataper, 19 20125 Milano - Italia w w w.comve r t .com Tel. +39 02 40708037 E-MAIL s al es @ comve r t .com Email our sales office for pricelists, catalogs, orders, invoicing and support on sales. pro de s@ comve r t .com for product development and design. SHOWROOM / bastard store Come visit us at bastard store in Milano, which is directly connected with the bastard bowl DEALER CATALOG - DEALERZINE #33 This catalog and all the information about the #33 collection (Fall Winter 2013-14) is available online at: w w w.comve r t .com/b a sta r d / 3 3 Printed in Italy. - January 26th 2013 - Season 33 Product and lines may change without previous notice. b a s t a r d 速 is a registered trademark of Comvert S.r.l.


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