AUSTRALIA: Surfwear Loses Its Place On The Cutting Edge
Twelve-to 25-year-olds are flocking to those brands aligning themselves with the newest, extreme sports, such as skate and moto-x, with the traditional surf market being labelled as boring. Tony Carroll, the 21-year-old moto-x star from Queensland, said: "Surfwear to me these days is boring."
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