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Everyday Noble Clothing on lookout for more skaters
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Dec '12
Having used 2012 to acquire rising street style skater Scotty Englund, the Everyday Noble Clothing Team is already working to grow its team for 2013. While December weather means a month of rest for most, Everyday Noble Clothing and its Founder, Josh Reed, are using the time to find some notable additions.

“It was a big year for our Motocross team. Kyle, Aaron, Adam — they all had such great runs this year, and that gives us a lot of momentum heading into 2013,” says Reed. “That’s kind of given us the chance to develop our team of skaters, to go out and find the right guys to complement Scotty.

“So we’re gonna hit it hard this month to see if we can’t enter 2013 on a bit of a roll, so to speak.”

Reed and Everyday Noble Clothing are located in Kansas City, Missouri, and like their successful Motocross Racing Team, Reed is looking to comprise his group with homegrown, Midwest skaters. “For us, this is home. And like our brand, we think it’s important to stay true to your roots,” says Reed. “Someday, the Everyday Noble Clothing will have riders and skaters from all over the country. But for now, we’re excited to see what the Midwest has to offer.”

Based on the 2012 results for the Racing Team, it appears there is plenty of talent in the region. And that’s why Reed is so confident he’ll be able to find top talent to pair with Englund for 2013. “The Midwest is jam-packed with skaters,” says Reed. “The trick is finding them, and that’s what we’re going to work really hard to do.”

Everyday Noble Clothing is currently seeking applicants for its 2013 team.

Everyday Noble Clothing is a streetwear brand that produces men's and women's apparel for the game-changers and revolutionaries who never stop trying to leave their unique mark on this world.

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