A shirt, some shorts, some stickers, and some shoes. Simple, but not safe.

This is D3 The Concrete, bringing you fashion from the street.

75th & Canal is easily one of my top 3 favorite clothing brands in Houston. Straight up. Mainly because I feel that the founder of the brand, Victor Bernal (fka DJ Prolyfic) and I have built a solid relationship over the years, especially over the last couple of years.

75th & Canal represents a few things, mainly the neighborhood where Bernal grew up, but also, on a macro level, it represents a city that formed and fashioned him. This “Still Holdin'” Collection is an expression of that, in the form of streetwear.

First, the full color designs screen printed across the front of the shirt pays homage to Texas Rap Legend DJ SCREW. Brycedius Sam (@PCA_design) is the talented artist who created the portrait of the deceased DJ.

Next, the simple black athletic shorts are an owner-favorite. White text saying the phrase, “Still Holdin'”, is on the right leg, while a flip of the Nike Swoosh logo, replacing the name brand with “Canal”, is on the left leg.

Finally, the pièce de résistance of this commemorative capsule is, of course, the custom Nike Air Force 1 Lows, which have hand-stitched swooshes and hand painted “Still Holdin'” on the heels of the shoes.

Prices of the various products are listed below:

Nike AF-1s – $185 + tax

T-Shirt – $40

Shorts – $45

Sticker Pack – $10

These items will be available online Friday, June 28th followed by a pop-up shop at 5225 Almeda, Houston TX 77004 (Kaffeine Coffee) from 4-8pm.

More information about the products that will be offered by 75th & Canal Co and the pop up shop can be found at 75thncanalco.com @75thncanalco on all social media platforms.