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Offtrack Singapore & Hijack Sandals combine signature styles for ‘Common Frequencies’

The regional collab comprises wearables for both lovers of darker shades & vibrant colours

  • Amira Waworuntu
  • 1 March 2023
Offtrack Singapore & Hijack Sandals combine signature styles for ‘Common Frequencies’

Music-centric bar and resto, Offtrack Singapore, have teamed up with Indonesian footwear brand, Hijack Sandals, to present a collection that’s grounded in commonalities.

‘Common Frequencies’ was conceptualised based on both brands’ shared love of music, Southeast Asian identity and spirit towards building communities on their home grounds despite being separated by craft and geographical boundaries.

Through a number of wearables, the collection communicates how commonalities are a force that brings together groups and individuals, enriching their perspectives and oftentimes leading to the creation of things for others to indulge in.

Released on February 28, ‘Common Frequencies’ comprises two pairs of Hijack Sandals’ Manic slip-on sandals and limited edition socks in two colourways.

Each item features Offtrack’s signature orange hue and Hijack’s trademark phthalo blue, offering options for both lovers of darker shades or vibrant, standout colours.

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Another item on the wearables menu is an apron made exclusively for the team at Offtrack Singapore.

For those in Singapore, Offtrack will host an intimate launch event of the collection on March 16, showcasing a joint line-up of beat purveyors and live sets from both collaborators.

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Additional content in regards to the drop include a collaborative playlist, a zine from Living Social Media, plus a special episode of Expanded Perspective — Hijack’s video series — featuring a conversation between Offtrack and Darker Than Wax co-founder, Dean Chew, alongside Hijack’s Creative Director, Tomy Herseta.

Check out the 'Common Frequencies' collection here.

Amira Waworuntu is Mixmag Asia’s Managing Editor, follow her on Instagram.

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