It's great when stuff that's normally spread out gets gathered in one place, like the world's best basketball players at All-Star Weekend, or the world's best strippers at All-Star Weekend. For a site doing the same for cool Latin-inspired street wear, check out Surropa.
Started by a guy who used to work with Reebok and NBA Latin America (We Got Proximo!), Surropa sources hard-to-find, up-and-coming Latin-inspired streetwear, then aggregates it all in one place, so you don't have to spend hours online searching for it while being distracted by sites that cause you to be up and coming. Just-added collections include the World Cup-inspired Mexican brand Gambata, with the "Taco" tee (futbol cleats hanging around your neck), and one with "Goooooool" printed in huge letters, plus street soccer label Calle, repped by the "Pigeonazo" tee, with a bold graphic pigeon logo (meant to symbolize city life), and one with "Can't Cage This" in a font that looks to be filled with fuzzy TV static -- what your TV uses to tell you "Can't Watch This". There's also a ton of new arrivals from other lines like the NaCo "Playabera", basically a guayabera in tuxedo t-shirt form, one with the apparently beloved Condorito comic strip character plopping back on his butt (as usual!), and Sanuk flip-flops that look like they're made out of a poncho slapped with high-rebound EVA footbeds -- are you listening, Jermaine O'Neal?
Other notables include a collection of dope Ghast track soccer jackets repping Brazil, Spain, Argentina, and Mexico, some limited edition tees (only 250 printed) of a lithe Julio César Chávez wearing his champ belt in the ring, and one with an image of Pancho Villa and the slogan "I Want You Gringo" -- a familiar All-Star Weekend refrain, even if they just want to get your green, then go.