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Clash Supatubes Are Ready To Rip Up The Mainstream


Clash Supatubes Are Ready To Rip Up The Mainstream

Divas and trend yuppies beware: the skinny-legged kooky clash awakens with a vengeance. Pushin’ forth into a new generation that is hip to be tight, Lee presents its new summer limited edition Clash Supa-tubes in the loudest, proudest fruity shades that demand liberal thinking and disgust for all that is usual.

The new Lee Supa-tube presents Generation Y with eclectic and mashed up colour alternatives. Slashing at the world in Sour Grape, Raspberry Ripple, and Kiwi Delight, the new Lee Supa-tube ignores fad following groupies and begs denim junkies to strike boldly away from the norm.

Lee denim shoves vicariously into the future with this new style that demands carefree, easy come easy go attitudes with a statement for the future and a disdain for the past. Hip huggin’ and skin tight to boot, the new Lee Supa-tubes epitomise classy denim with a carefully measured touch of new bohemia.

Denim addicts be warned: this is a limited edition release hitting a stockist near you on December 6, 2004.

Smash up the trends, rip up the vintage and get ready to strike together the new cymbals of cool. It’s time to CLASH.


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