Product Collections
posted by Dann
Dann Thombs
Jul 1, 2017 2:07 AM
As I get more of the technical issues settled on the site, I really want to delve more into content. One of the areas that I want to tackle is the Information section, the first of which I hope to be the various color or design collections. I think I have the rough order and series below but let me know if you see anything out of place.


2004 - 2006

October 2006 - June 2012
-Artist Series

2007 - 2008
-Grab Bag

May 2007 - Present
-Angling Collection

October 2007
-Red Shift Line

February 2008
-Flying Tigers

October 2008
-Petterson Frogskins

October 2008 - Present
-Cancer Awareness

November 2008
-White Hot Holiday Collection

November 2009
-Ice Cold Holiday Collection

February 2010
-Fade Collection

March 2010
-Acid Rain Collection

October 2010

November 2010
-Science Holiday Collection

February 2011
-Sherbert Collection

April 2011
-Jupiter Camo

May 2011 - August 2012
-Gold Series

August 2011
-Summer Crystals

September 2011
-Blacklight Collection
-Max Fear Light Collection

May 2012
-Heaven & Hell

August 2012
-Beyond Reason Auction
-Iridescent Fades

September 2012

January 2013
-Aquatique Collection
-Fathom Series

March 2013 - April 2013
-Craftsman Collection

April 2013
-Crystal Collection

May 2013
-Fresh Collection

November 2013
-Alpha Decay
-Jewel Collection

December 2013
-Snowflake Collection
-Soft Touch Collection

February 2014
-Olympic Collection

February 2014 - October 2014 (2.0)
-Heritage Collection

April 2014
-30 Years of Sports
-Heritage Collection
-Masters Collection

May 2014
-Fall Out

June 2014
-Toxic Blast

October 2014
-Common Thread
-Heaven & Earth
-Ink Collection

December 2014
-Concept Studio
--Tye Dye Collection
--Historical Collection

February 2015
-B1-B Collection
-Covert Collection
-Moto Collection

April 2015
-Fingerprint Collection
-Uranium Collection
-In Residence LA

May 2015
-Surf Collection

June 2015
-Concept Studio #2
-POP Polar

July 2015
-American Heritage SI
-Frosted Collection

October 2015
-Alpine Collection
-Urban Jungle
-Avant Garde Collection (aka Torch Collection)
-Violet Haze

November 2016
-Brazil Olympics Collection
-Smokey O Collection

February 2016
-High Grade Collection
-Machinist Collection
-Gemstone Collection
-Chrome Collection
-Apocalypse Surf
-Black Fade Collection

April 2016
-Woodgrain Collection
-Brown Trout
-Thin Blue Line
-Crystal Collection

July 2016
-Green Fade Collection

September 2016
-Precious Metals Collection
-Halo Black Collection
-Retail Holiday Woodgrain Collection
-Prizm Snow Collection
-Steel Collection
-Metals Collection

October 2016
-Abyss Collection
-Unit Collection

February 2017
-Driftwood Collection
-Colorblock Collection
-Night Camo Collection
-Retina Burn Collection
-Prizm Sapphire Fade Collection
-Prizm Tungsten Collection

April 2017
-Prizm Ruby Fade Collection
-Eclipse Collection

September 2017
-Prizm Spectrum Collection
-Neon Pop Fade
-Checkbox IML Collection
-Jade Fade Collection
-Olive Camo Collection

October 2017
-Warning Camo Collection

November 2017
-Desolve Bare Collection
-Uniform Collection
-SI Flag Collection

December 2017
-STPL XX Collection

February 2018
-Harmony Fade Collection
-Aero Grid Collection
Ruben Suarez
Aug 26, 2014 12:13 AM
How about BLOCline and STPL? I know signatures would be another section
Dann Thombs
Aug 26, 2014 12:18 AM
Ah, BLOCline for sure. I must have the coded in another field. STPL, I think I have as a signature, but surely should be included here, even if it isn't strictly in that field in the database. There's a bit of muddy water, where it's hard to determine between Signature, OPD, and Collection.
Dann Thombs
Aug 26, 2014 12:30 AM
I took a look and I think I have BLOCline as an OPD since it conflicts with a few other things. Like the Flores has the artist in the Signature field, Artist Series in the collection, and then BLOCline for OPD. Since BLOCline was limited to Ski and Surf shops, it's not a huge stretch and allows me to avoid messy multivalue fields. STPL certainly would work as a collection, but since it's a person, the signature designations works, but I will definitely have it in the less formal Wiki aggregate.
Twenty Fifty
Aug 26, 2014 12:42 AM
For some reason I thought the Stretchline stuff came earlier than 2004 (as in Fall 2003), but admittedly 2002-2005 is a blur to me nowadays.
Dann Thombs
Aug 26, 2014 12:51 AM
Probably Fall 2004, since it was really a 2005 thing for the 30th Anniversary. When I was newly creating the site the Warden and Fatcat were just rumors on the Japanese fans sites, so 2003 would have been too early.
Twenty Fifty
Aug 26, 2014 1:48 AM
That makes sense. My timing's way off. I was looking through binders of eBay auction printouts I started in mid 2003 and could've swore the Warden was one of the first interesting ones I saw but didn't print out when I started.
Francois C
Aug 26, 2014 10:12 AM
What about the Oil Rig O-Store Exclusive (holiday season ?) and science fuel cell ?
paul jewiss
Aug 26, 2014 10:44 AM
Wow I'm lost on all this specific collection pieces.
Whilst I think my knowledge on vintage is ok my wider knowledge is way out.
Pat on the back to you guys on this.
Bob Russell
Aug 26, 2014 1:40 PM
How about Petterson? Does he get his own mention, or does he fall into Artist?
Dann Thombs
Aug 26, 2014 2:12 PM
Signature, but is was big enough to warrant a section I figure.

For the Holiday Collections, I may merge them. 2008 was White Hot, 2009 was the Cool once, but I forget the exact name, Ice Blue, Cool Blue...not sure. Science was 2010, so that can be part of it.
Bob Russell
Aug 26, 2014 5:05 PM
Frost blue?
Dann Thombs
Aug 26, 2014 5:06 PM
That may have been it.
Bob Russell
Aug 26, 2014 5:11 PM
Ug, I wish these were recorded somewhere... You already have the question answered Mann!

The db saves us again.
Dann Thombs
Aug 26, 2014 5:20 PM
Ahhhhhhhhh. I hadn't created the Collection field yet, so it was placed in the notes. I think I should do a search in that field as well .
Dann Thombs
Sep 2, 2014 8:48 PM
Okay, so now we need to start getting information for all these.

EJ Man
Sep 3, 2014 4:28 AM
looks great, well done Dann
.Greg .F
Sep 3, 2014 4:35 AM
What info do we need?
Dann Thombs
Sep 3, 2014 1:48 PM
I imagine many will just be a brief listing of the colorway or the design elements that the collection shares. That can usually just be inferred by looking at the glasses/goggles list. Others may have some apparel or accessory connections too. Red Shift in particular only had two glasses, but many more clothes and the like.

I have been finding some images and banners around, so I can incorporate those, but as I start fleshing each page out, I'll certainly let you know what I'm lacking.
Sep 3, 2014 11:15 PM
Is acid tortoise included in these?
Dann Thombs
Sep 4, 2014 12:12 AM
Yes, I'm going to combine that with the Acid ones from 2010, which is why I put the Frog/Tortoise in the banner. Several I will combine, like all the Holiday editions, since on their own it may be somewhat empty.

Just got another batch of vintage lists to pour over, which takes a bit of effort, since I cross-reference the lineage of the various colorways, but will move to this after that.
Dann Thombs
Sep 18, 2014 11:52 PM
Need to add Summit and Blacklight.

Anyone remember the Fruit-based colorways in Summer 2011 that was for the women's line.
.Greg .F
Sep 19, 2014 2:38 AM
like striped plum, black peppermint, brown taffy?
Stanley 'True Love Hates'
Sep 19, 2014 6:43 AM
Anyone remember the Fruit-based colorways in Summer 2011 that was for the women's line. - Dann

Off the top of my head, I remember these: watermelon, cucumber, cantaloupe.
Dann Thombs
Sep 19, 2014 1:51 PM
Yeah, those ones. I knew there was a name, but since the website doesn't have them, and I can't seem to find any documents in my archive, I'm not sure what it was. Trivial I suppose, but I like being comprehensive.

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