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Bangkok skaters’ go-to local brand, Preduce, has just given its Siam Square store a makeover, gutting the old space to bring in a look of cool brushed concrete and spotlights.

Drop by to check out the new collection of decks created with Bangkok street art legend P7. Preduce’s second collaboration with the artist follows on from the most in-demand collection the brand has ever produced (released in 2012). Called Metal, it is available in seven different styles, each showcasing P7’s kaleidoscopic design style and sense of humor.

Can’t make it to the store? Preduce also offers free shipping anywhere in Thailand. 

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Preduce, 218/9 Siam Square Soi 1, Bangkok, Thailand

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Siam

Nearest Train:

BTS National Stadium

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daily noon-8:30pm
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