By Andres Pachon
A. Pachon, a journalist and skateboard addict, is a full-time writer for SHIT® Magazine.
You can put your own style on display through your clothes! The way you wear and the clothes that you choose tells the world who are you and who you want to be. This way your image is an easy way to stamp your sign in the streets.
Show Your Style on Your Chest
While you are flying around on your skateboard, learning, practicing and having some fun, wide t-shirts can help you move like an eagle. Keep in mind that it’s important to smell nice, you don’t need to have much skateboarding experience to know that in this lifestyle you will sweat a lot, so picking the best materials is also something important: Cotton, for instance, is the best that you can find because the organic fibers allows for excellent ventilation and keeps the prints intact like those that you can find in our store.
Now, most of the coolest t-shirts have prints on them; which means you can take advantage of and show the world what is on your chest, how big your passion for skateboarding is!
Wide Pants, Long Tricks: Skateboard Movements
When you’re skating, touching base with the ground is something that is happening all the time. But with some wide pants you can easily get some freedom for your moves. Also, resistant pants are important if you want to protect yourself from injuries, but they should not be too heavy.
Finally, what you were waiting for: the shoes. It is important that the shoes grip well with your skateboard, so it won’t fly away in the middle of a trick. The flat kicks are preferred by the pro skaters and the width is important if you want them to stay with you for a while.
Skateboarding is not just an extreme sport, it is a lifestyle. And making sure that you’re dressed well for any occasion on the streets is important. Dress up in your own style and choose between our classic limited edition products available in our store right now so that you can look the best way possible as you keep on shredding.
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