Stockists of mens streetwear from Patagonia, Adidas, Nike SB, Carhartt, Stussy, Deus, Busenitz, Janoski, Asics, Obey to name a few. Working Class Heroes are based in the market town of Ulverston, near the beautiful Lake District

40-44 Market Street, Ulverston, Cumbria, LA12 7LS, Ulverston, Cumbria, GB

Free Postage

We offer free postage anywhere in the UK.
Orders placed before 3pm will be dispatched the same day.

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Next Day Tracked Delivery

Have your order delivered next day, fully tracked with delivery notification for just £3.
Orders must be received before 3pm.

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Don't Want To Wait In All Day?

Select DPD Pick Up and chose to have your parcel sent to a local shop for collection.
This service is fully tracked, a text will alert you when your order has arrived. Not bad for £3.

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UK Free Returns

BRAND NEW, UK free Returns. From anywhere in the UK you can send your returns back at no extra cost.
See our returns policy for full details.

Full Returns Policy

Customer Rewards

You will accrue %5 of your spend as Customer Reward Points. Use them to get money off your next order.
For example, if you spend £100, you will received £5 Customer Rewards Points to use next time you checkout.

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   Words by AdamOuch

   on 19/09/2016 09:59:26

In a year that spawned St. Winifred’s School Choir’s number one Christmas classic, ‘There’s No-one Quite Like Grandma’ –  there was one question on everybody's lips - how could it get any better?

Luckily, on the sunny shores of Orange County, a sprightly Shawn Stüssy and his trusty Sharpie, were scribbling his uncles signature onto his hand crafted surfboards.


Shawn's Scribbles


Like any perfectly pieced montage, Stüssy meandered through the early estuaries of Southern California, representing almost every alternative scene of the ‘80s and ‘90s.

Stüssy’s simple, sampled aesthetics appealed to the DIY cultures of Punk and Hip-Hop, and maintained rapid traction on the word of DJs and Artists.

Their mantra transcended corporate ideals, becoming internationally understood as a cult movement of its own – further encouraged by its introduction of ‘tribes’.

Tribes were intended to spread the word of Stüssy in groups - in Shawn’s words, a Tribe was “a group of friends in all these cities. ‘Tribe’ was a good old organic word… it just kinda’ stood the test of time”.




Clearly, they’ve done exactly that.

As a proud stockist of Stüssy, we’re happy to stand by all that they have, since their earliest beginnings.