Yea skateboard clothing has infiltrated pretty much every store kids can shop at, and even though I longboard and am not very sucessful on a regular deck, I do admit i own my share of DC hoodies and skate shoes. The shoes are comfortable and good for longboarding too, and some sweatshirts are pretty dope as long as its not the same one everyone is wearing. However, when it comes to ski clothing, it is such a small niche in popular fashion that people adorning ski or snowboard logos who do not actually ski or snowboard are pretty lame. I will admit at one point I owned a Burton sweatshirt even though I ski, but it was a christmas present and comfortable and to not use it would just be disrespectful to the gift giver. In the long run, it is okay to own ski, snowboarding or skateboarding clothing as long as its for the right reasons. Don't wear clothing just for the sake of a name, or to be "cool" or "popular". Wear something that expresses who you are, how you feel and makes you comfortable.
i was trippin face and rippin shit up, everything looks fucking crazzzzzzzzzzzzzy cept i was also listn to music, then Dont fuck with flo came on and i got totally fucking lost in the music and forgot to carve and almost take out a fucking little girl,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,sooooo fucking worth it-flyingspoon
cool it with the shit talking and show a little more respct to other members here. getting tired hearing complaints about you.- MacMahoooon