The 25th anniversary of Bonfire seemed like the perfect occasion to connect the two originators of skate and snow, Bonfire Founder Brad Steward and Fourstar Art Director, Andy Jenkins, around a unique piece of outerwear. The result of their friendship and design work is a Capsule Collection that connects two creative cultures through two creative pioneers in their respective sports. 
Said Brad Steward of the collection, "Andy and our Design Director did the real work, I just made sure Andy stayed true to who he is and tried to honor the process of working with a friend who is one of the greatest skate designers alive."
Jenkins created four pieces for the Capsule collection. The first is a moto-inspired jacket featuring a custom interior print, photo-processed with a vintage dot-matrix look. The water resistant Bonfire X Fourstar Jacket features a 2.5L brushed Oxford outer shell with fully sealed seams, removable hood, snap hem adjustments, and zippered cuffs.

"I've ridden motorcycles for most of my life, from dirt bikes on Wyoming trails and racing MX in Southern California to riding a cafe bike into Mexico. So when Brad asked me to design a jacket for a Bonfire X Fourstar collaboration, a moto-styled jacket was a given. To work with acclaimed brands, Bonfire and Fourstar, has been an honor. I hope you all dig it - whether you ride bikes or not!" -Andy Jenkins
The second piece, the Morris Jacket, is for the rider who demands the same Bonfire X Fourstar street-style look with on and off-hill versatility. The Morris is a denim coach's style outerwear jacket with 10K/8K performance, a fleece lining, and powder skirt to seal out winter chills. For city shredding and warmer on-hill days, the Bonfire X Fourstar short sleeve cotton Moto Tee and Motorcycle Club canvas ball cap compliment the capsule collection with understated style.  
The capsule celebrates the heritage, individual style, and performance of two like-minded brands and is available Fall/Winter 2014 at
Bonfire retailers.