Skateboarders What Do Your Clothes Say About You?
Do you enjoy–or love–skateboarding? Were you aware that around 11 million people say they enjoy it, too?
Whether you skateboard in a park, up-and-down city streets and sidewalks, or in your driveway, you want to be wearing comfortable clothes and shoes that allow you to move.
Where do you shop for your boards and clothes? Just like your signature moves, you want to create your own unique look. Since you want clothes, shoes, and 5 panel hats that reflect your unique look and lifestyle, you probably spend a lot of time searching for just the right place to shop.
You probably know that most skateboarders don’t buy their boards at sporting goods stores. Instead, they purchase them at specialty shops. Only 3.1% actually purchase their boards at local sporting goods stores.
Do you prefer checking out regular stores, or do you do most of your shopping at an online apparel store? Whether you do one or the other–or both–you want to be able to find just what you need.
When it comes to shopping for comfortable clothes that reflect the skateboarding lifestyle, 77% of skateboarders shop for specialty brands rather than the trendy mainstream ones.
Do you ride solo or with friends? If you’re looking to hook up with other skaters to have fun, share moves, or add a bit of healthy competition to the mix, how do you decide whom to hang out with?
Were you aware that you decide whether someone is trustworthy in less than a second? A Princeton University study was conducted by psychologists Janine Willis and Alexander Todorov. They discovered that it actually takes just a tenth of a second to form an impression of someone from their face. When study participants were exposed to these strangers a bit longer, their impressions tended to be reinforced rather than discounted.
While you may decide you want to connect with other skaters based on their moves, you may also be interested to know that first impressions are influenced more by nonverbal than verbal cues, according to the Princeton study.
What, you may be wondering, does this have to do with the style of clothes you wear? For one, signature fashion is obviously visual. Furthermore, when you feel comfortable–and confident–like-minded others will pick up on this. The result? You’ll likely make an awesome first impression. Then it’s up to you whether to connect with the other skaters you meet.
So, what’s in your closet now? If you’re looking for some new threads, you might want to consider checking out some Supreme apparel by walking into a Supreme clothing store or scrolling through what’s available online.
In addition to Supreme 5 panel hats, or Supreme caps, you may also want to get a few Supreme shirts to complete your look. Just tuck down the brim of Supreme 5 panel hats to keep the sun–and your hair–out of your eyes. When the weather turns colder, Supreme 5 panel hats will keep your head warmer, too.