Ryan O'Connor started writing RIPNDIP on campers boards at a skate camp in the summer of '06. Kids instantly started writing RIPNDIP on each others boards. Immediately he saw how hyped the kids got, so he made a batch of shirts to sell.
The RIPNDIP brand has organically grown through skateboarding and good times to what it is today: a company dedicated to creating ridiculous designs to keep all wild kids out there pumped up to go shred with their crew! You probably recognise the RIPNDIP Cat by now.
Credits: @supdion @sybilbil
First model is wearing L. 169cm. 66kg.
Second model is wearing M. 163cm. 53kg