Hurley launches T-shirt line to aid Japan’s tsunami relief efforts

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Hurley has just launched a new collection of T-shirts and is earmarking 100% of profits to benefit Japan’s ongoing tsunami relief efforts.

Frequent Hurley collaborators James ‘Dalek’ Marshall and Justin ‘Scrappers’ Morrison volunteered their artwork for the project, which strikes a personal chord for the label’s founder Bob Hurley who spent some time in that country during his youth.

In announcing the charity T-shirt on Hurley’s website, Bob Hurley made the following statement: ‘My friends in Japan have provided inspiration to me since I was a child. Their recent tragic events in your country have reinforced my belief in the spirit of the Japanese people. Our prayers are with you and your families.’

Available now through Hurley’s online store, the Japan Relief shirt collection consists of four designs on black or white men’s crewneck and women’s V-neck silhouettes and sell for $23 (for the men’s) and $22 (for the women’s).


-- Adam Tschorn


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