On Black Friday, Storror released their highly anticipated Winter '21 range titled "Leave No Stone Unturned." Although a bit of the late release, the range dropped with positive reception from within the Parkour community.
LNSU is inspired by last year's Blackout Bounty challenge that ran for their tenth year as Parkour's biggest and most progressive team.
The collection features "earthy tones, blood-orange highlights, moveable fabrics, and technical pockets"
Stand out pieces, in my opinion, include the tech cargo pants that double as a pair of shorts for winter gym sessions, which, in the UK particularly, are notorious for getting incredibly sweaty.
Storror also continue to push the boat out with some hot new pieces, including the camo fleece and the gilet tactical jacket. Both lovely and refreshing additions to the Storror store and Parkour clothing as a whole.
Other items feature washed t-shirts, a couple of hats, a beautifully coloured hoodie with nice, orange draw strings & two new colour ways of Storror's training socks, which in my opinion are some are the best socks I have had the pleasure of wearing, so these two new colourways are defo going to be on my Christmas list this year.
One thing that seems to be "debated", if that be the correct term, is the price point. Storror have priced these items fairly for what they are, and it's great to see the community coming together to back more expensive items and purchases, especially as this is a step to Storror working more with factories to bring more intrinsic products to the Parkour market.
No matter your thoughts, there is no denying Storror are consistently killing it with their factory made clothing.
Picking some items from the "LNSU" collection? Let us know which ones you're getting, and we would love to hear your opinions on the new range!
Photos used are courtesy of Storror, shot by Drew Taylor.