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|The Abandon Woven flannel from Omit clothing is built for skateboarding in colder weather.|
Omit Apparel is a relatively new company from the mind and style of Chris Cole. With an eye for detail, distinctive style and a stacked team, the brand is already making a splash in skateboarding.
WHAT IT IS:
With his roots on the East Coast, Chris Cole is no stranger to skating in colder weather during the winter months. And, with team riders, Trevor Colden and Kyle Frederick from Virginia and Pennsylvania respectively, it's not surprising that Omit is creating some threads built for winter sessions. The Abandon Woven from Omit is a high-quality flannel shirt with skateboarding's movement needs in mind.
WHY IT RULES:
|The Abandon Woven flannel is built with stretch material for flexibility while skating.|
"What's really sick about it is that it looks and feels like a classic, normal flannel, with its colors and general appearance," says Chris Cole. "But when you put it on the stretch becomes a subtle highlight that makes it one of the best things in our line. It's comfortable to chill in, drive in, skate in ... I'm really psyched on it."
WHERE TO FIND IT:
You can pick up an Abandon Woven flannel at any shop where Omit apparel is sold. Omit has a list of retailers by region on their website as well as links to online retailers that carry their goods.