O’Neill charity T-shirt helps heal the bay


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Yes, we know that O’Neill’s T-shirt benefiting Heal the Bay has been out since Labor Day weekend and it’s now officially autumn, but we’re suckers for a charity T-shirt here at All The Rage central and until the bay is totally healed there’s still a need, right?

The shirt, which is available in black or white, features the shadowy silhouette of a surfer catching a wave and has the action sports brand’s logo superimposed over top, and Heal the Bay’s logo beneath, and 50% of the $19.50 purchase price will go to that organization’s efforts to keep Southern California coastal waters and watersheds safe, healthy and clean.


And since the shirts are available only at O’Neill’s Santa Monica flagship store (which opened not far from the beach this summer at 131 Broadway), it’ll be convenient to catch one on the way back from catching your first waves of the (fall) season.


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-- Adam Tschorn