username_copiedTaking bets right now on how long this one will last:
3 months: +250
6 months: +560
1 year: +1000
DirtYStylEIv'e gotta be real with ya chief. The skiers market is a really small demographic. It would be better to be focused on street wear clothes with a nod towards the industry with some specific items.
I will be waiting for you to release your bold marketing strategy on how you are expecting to pull this off. You need to be some sort of wizard to make it in this industry
SuspiciousFishIf you make hoodies, be sure to make them with big hoods so you can fit a hemet under it and they just look better than small hoods that barely cover your forehead.
This thread makes me wish I never lost my Siver Cartel hoodie.
JWillySkeezI'm going to be honest if you want to make a successful company I would suggest doing more than just slapping a screen printed logo on some shirts (i.e. you aren't supreme so you can't get away with it). There needs to be some unique aspect to the product that suggests the piece has some thought and attention to detail put into it (do some cool stitching, use high quality zippers, unique materials and patterns, etc.). What is going to sell is something that is unique, well fitting, and aesthetically appealing. Look at arsenic their stuff is unique and Dan puts quite a bit of work into achieving a certain aesthetic with the pieces, and because of that he has been able to create a crowd of people who buy his stuff.
GrandThingsYou should prolly follow me on instagram.
Then unfollow me. Then follow me. Then unfollow me. Then follow me. and I'll block you and maybe buy a T....
JWillySkeezLook at arsenic their stuff is unique and Dan puts quite a bit of work into achieving a certain aesthetic with the pieces, and because of that he has been able to create a crowd of people who buy his stuff.
satanworshipperTo attract a fuck ton of park skiers, make hoodies like xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxl, and make some cool streetwear designs.
LukeTheWaffledon't you mean xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx³l?