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Breaking Rocks seeks funds to set up warehouse facility
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May '14
Breaking Rocks, the creator of crazy, comfortable sweatshirts announced an Indiegogo campaign to raise the needed funds ($40,000USD) to secure warehouse distribution facilities in the U.S., which would allow the company to more readily deliver its unique, eye-catching products to savvy streetwear fashionistas on this side of world.
 
Each limited edition unisex sweatshirt features original, never-seen-before prints and is made from 100% cotton, ensuring it is lightweight, breathable and extremely comfortable to wear year-round. The sweatshirts have a brushed interior and concealed stitching, and the company’s secret printing technique ensures the eye-popping designs are incorporated throughout it.
 
Just like the culture of Amsterdam, these sweatshirts translate as fresh and uninhibited some of the designs range from neon dipped donuts to electrified palm trees, laser cats in space, a deer in a legendary landscape and other designs that fall under the Dutch ideal of “epicness.”
 
“Our sweatshirts feature ‘all-over’ prints that are crazy comfortable and crazy loud,” said Max Klijnstra, co-founder, Breaking Rocks. “The fresh, zany designs we develop are incorporated throughout the sweatshirt, making them a true form of wearable art.”
 
Indiegogo Details and Availability
A pledge starting at $77USD will grant contributors one sweatshirt of their choice from the original European collection. For $229USD, contributors will receive three sweatshirts of their choice, and for $399USD, contributors will receive six sweatshirts. Design-minded college kids and young fashion trendsetters will also get the chance to put their own craziness “out there” by entering a Design Your Own Sweatshirt Pledge for contribution. The winner will have their art featured as one of the future designs in the US collection.
 
Breaking Rocks has had amazing success with its initial production run of sweatshirts and the Indiegogo campaign will help the company produce more designs and expand its geographical footprint. Contributors will be the first to receive its newest limited edition design, PINEAPPLE MAN.
 
About Breaking Rocks
Company founders Milan Daniels and Max Klijnstra identify themselves as lovers of entrancing, kooky designs that both delight and amuse. With this inspiration as the foundation of the company, Breaking Rocks creates truly unique, high-quality and comfortable sweatshirts and other gear that will bring smiles to people’s faces. Breaking Rocks loves CRAZYNESS. And COMFORTABLE sweatshirts.
 

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