Yea, that was meant as a statement. It's just interesting because the skateboarding industry went the same way, where brands like DC and Volcom once were "core" and are now worn by people who have never touched an action sport in their life. Nothing wrong with using something if you like it, regardless of brand affiliation, but to see manufacturers who once made action sports specific stuff go into the mainstream market is interesting. Just means their business is doing so well they can branch out of a niche market, which some people attribute to "selling-out".
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Last edited by HoboMaster; 10-19-2011 at 06:11 PM.