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Rampworx Cut & Sew Clothing


The summer is finally here, so why not ditch your coats and maximise your wardrobe variety with the all NEW Rampworx premium cut and sew 2013 T-Shirts and Hoodie design? Now offering the best in both comfort and style. Specially cut to ensure it gives the upmost comfort when riding/skating. These Rampworx T-shirts are unlike any other of the previous T-shirts we have produced on nasty ‘Fruit of the Loom’
shirts, these are all cut from roles of premium cotton made with love and you in mind.

We have produced some awesome new designs which we know you will LOVE. Have you ever bought one of those awful T-shirts that shrink after the first few washes? Well, you will not find that with ours. All of our 2013 clothing line has been heat-treated, this means that you will NOT need to worry about the clothes shrinking after a couple of washes and that the T-shirt designs will not fade after being in the dryer. What more could you possibly want?

Why stop at the T-shirts? Don’t be caught out and protect your eyes from those blinding British UV Sun Rays with the NEW Rampworx Sunglasses. These glasses offer UV 400 protection and are designed around the super popular wayfarer shade design. The Rampworx wayfarer shades come in 3 different colours making it easier to match with your summer outfits not to mention are some of the best fitting Shades around as they have a reinforced hinge making them more durable and tighter to your head thus maximizing comfort ability to a whopping 10/10.

Merseyside’s own Ian Barrar spent the night with Marc Mulvaney at Gayton Skatepark just located outside of Heswall last night. Gayton Skatepark is a council skatepark which is the popular skatepark for BMX’s, Aggressive Skates, Skateboards and Stunt Scooters.

Mr Barrar is a new up and coming photography student with a lot of talent and passion about what he loves. He studies at The University of the Arts, London College studying fashion and photography. Be sure to see more of his outstanding work on his website http://cargocollective.com/ianbarrar. Ian was kind enough to shoot some photos of the latest Rampworx Clothing range. These photos feature a bunch of T-Shirts and shades produced and retailed exclusively by Rampworx.


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