Originally Posted by Choncho
Our brand strives to bring creativity and inspiration to the minds in need. We also are pushing forward to make the most durable and affordable lifestyle apparel on the market. We are not some big company and we really want to be a peoples brand. If you have a question, we have an answer and every bit of advice is used to build the best possible brand.
So you're out to build a brand, not a product.
I hate to tell you, but cotton hoody durability is not really an issue. Neither is flatbill durability. Or T-shirt durability. Affordable? $20 for a tshirt is normal, 45 for a basic pullover hoodie is... normal. Snapbacks for $20 is again, pretty average.
Also, I can't help but see the Wu-Tang emblem when I see your logo.
Good luck I guess but so far I don't see where you guys are different than any other streetwear brand. And you have to compete with companies like WEsC, RVCA, Comune, Poler...