At Ripndip Clothing, the cat’s out of the bag, and now you can carry him comfortably in your breast pocket. This Californian brand provides you with unusual designs based on the furball, Lord Nermal. But don’t worry; you won’t get scratched here because, besides wild graphics, you’ll get only the highest quality products to ensure top-level comfort. In the skatedeluxe
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At Ripndip Clothing, the cat’s out of the bag, and now you can carry him comfortably in your breast pocket. This Californian brand provides you with unusual designs based on the furball, Lord Nermal. But don’t worry; you won’t get scratched here because, besides wild graphics, you’ll get only the highest quality products to ensure top-level comfort. In the skatedeluxe Online Skate Shop, you’ll find jackets, T-shirts, caps and decks by Ripndip.
Not just for Cat People - Ripndip Streetwear at skatedeluxe!
Independence and sublimity - clear character strengths of the cat, which somehow also apply to skateboarding. But even those who don’t buy this admittedly flimsy connection can quickly befriend the cheeky pussy mascot. Ripndip definitely chose well when it comes to pets because this brand from Los Angeles clearly stands out from the rest with their unusual decision to focus on a sketch of a cat. But to be honest, nowadays nothing works without some sort of cat content anymore.
Tough as f@$% - Ripndip Skateboard Decks at skatedeluxe!
At Ripndip, “Stop being a pussy” isn’t meant to be sexist. Lord Nermal was simply stripped of his childhood and he encourages you not to lament so much and to toughen up. Ripndip decks are the perfect companions. Solid graphics and the best wood will push you to go for even harder tricks. You can see for yourself that by channelling Lord Nermal, you’ll always land on your feet. Fact is, you can definitely look forward to a velvety smooth pop with Ripndip decks.
Organically grown, amicably distributed – The Ripndip Story!
Everyone knows it: A weekend with friends can quickly lead to a gradual sinking of standards, from which the best ideas are somehow usually grown. This was exactly the case with Ryan O'Connor and today's WKND boys. In 2006, the guys started writing Ripndip on the boards of innocent skatecamp visitors for fun and the idea quickly took off. In 2009, the brand was officially born. Self-printed shirts from their mini-warehouse (parents’ garages) and personalised goods for the kids in the skatepark shortly followed. Today, WKND still prefers to stick with their own brand, since cats and weed aren’t 100% their thing. However, O’Conner continues to prove that it works.