A clothing brand created and woven from a passion for extreme sports including skiing, skateboarding, climbing and downhill mountain biking. From the Alps to Australia and more.
The Blackdub. The ultimate track side viewing venue for the TT isle of man.
The finest items from the Uggly&Co & Blackdub Collection. From the famous 9th Mile corner ‘The Blackdub’ on the Isle of Man TT Mountain Course. A corner with a huge history with a placement just after Laurel Bank being just a couple miles from Glen Helen. Peter Hickman zoomed by at 144mph last year and is one of the most entertaining places to watch the Isle of man Road races.
UGGLY & COs ‘Glory Favours the Brave’ SS18 Collection. Designed by and for our athletes under multiple different disciplines. Whether it is our advanced mountaineers conquering Mount. Everest, Surfers riding their first maverick or beginner skateboarders achieving their first ollie. ‘Glory Favours the brave’ also reflects on society. Those that balance failure and success are the ones favoured for glory, all people, athletes or not. People who are brave are talented in their own respect, sportsman or woman or not. Glory does not favour those that do not help themselves. Or in short: ‘Glory Favours the Brave’.
UGGLY & CO focuses on occasionally disengaging from modern society and making the time to take a step back. UGGLY & CO’s occasional collections aim to knowingly focus on a specific current issue in the world. TheSS20 collection: ‘Why Blend in’ that asks the question why ‘we’ blend into modern society and don’t choose to be individual. With classic streetwear designs that provide both thought provoking yet stylish garments suited to any wardrobe.
The Look Beyond collection aims to explain to people what we all struggle with. That if you love something no matter what whether it be climbing Mount Toubkal the highest peak in North Africa or having an occasional lazy day. Look beyond what others say, how others see you and how you want to look at others. Look Beyond what ‘they’ say. If it makes you happy why be concerned about what others think?