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Friday, September 03 2010

New Fall Products

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We got a bunch of new gear in the store. Check it out.

Posted: September 3, 2010


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Perfect Storm, lightning strikes in this collaboration. Demonics, who needs a Jason mask when you've got this evil number to scare the kids away on Halloween?

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Keep Barging, Devon Blood, the Oakland, CA tattoo artist who had to switch drawing hands after a home invasion robbery left him suffering from gunshot wounds and partial paralysis, comes through with a gem of a shirt for the mag.
Buck Hackman, curated by Brian Anderson, featuring Frank Gerwer.

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Skategoat Raglan, for many, the right sleeve length is Raglan all the way.

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Skate and Destroy Drip, our logo gets updated and oozed. Just in time for duck huntin' season, our Skategoat Thermal will keep the cold out and your stank in. Sketchy Zip Hood, It's sketchy, just like you. Keep warm while working on your lurking, also available specially-cut fit for girls.

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Anti-Logo Mesh Hat, you either get this or you don't.

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Gonz Koozie, Mark art for the brew crew. Skarfing Material BBQ Apron, A classic design for grilling fun. Socks, comfortable fitting socks.
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