FROM LOVE COMES PAINE — Exclusive P3 Tees available now!!

FROM LOVE COMES PAINE

Exclusive Paine’s Park Project t-​​shirts are still avail­able at select Urban Outfitters loca­tions! You know you want one…They won’t be there for long, so go get yours ASAP!

Shirts are avail­able NOW at the fol­low­ing Urban Outfitters locations:

Walnut Street loca­tion:
1627 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103 – 5402
(215) 569 — 3131

King of Prussia Mall loca­tion:
580 Mall Blvd. #1013
King of Prussia, PA 19406 – 2943
(610) 265 — 1348

University of Pennsylvania loca­tion:
110 S. 36th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104 – 3211
(215) 387 — 6990

***You can see the t-​​shirt design in the group’s photos***

36 thoughts on “FROM LOVE COMES PAINE — Exclusive P3 Tees available now!!

  1. Complain about the park cost­ing so much? That’s just life and the cost of build­ing some­thing on a grand scale. Nothing to com­plain about there. What I was gonna com­plain about is the fact that I’m going to have to see all sorts of douche bags who prob­a­bly don’t know a skate­board from a roller skate wear­ing these shirts. Though if the pro­ceeds from these douches go to fund the park then it’s all good in the end. What’s up with not sell­ing these shirts at local skate shops as well as at Urban? That’s kinda weak.

  2. that is pretty weak. you’ll see more hip­ster scen­ester kids rock­ing this shit more than any­one else…

  3. Nugget, do we really need the pre­emp­tive ’dont bitch about the cost’ state­ment? Ki, you sound like a hyp­ocrite. Didn’t I just read a myspace post about this same sub­ject, yet you were BACKING the sup­port of non-​​skaters rock­ing skate shit?

  4. it seems like… Everywhere I turn, peo­ple are doing their best to imi­tate the feel­ing of skate­board­ing, or BEING a skateboarder…But they just don’t get it. Skate or Die dunks? I fuck­ing love it. Jump on the scen­ester band­wagon with any­thing and everything.…Haha..I even saw a thug on my block wear­ing a Circa t-shirt…and you know what? I could care less… Supra? I’ve seen more scen­ester kids who have never even heard of Muska wear­ing them more than I’ve seen actual skaters…It’s great!!! Keep it right up. Wanna know why? Because fools out there, doing their best to dick-​​ride some­thing I do all day every­day, are pay­ing the car notes and rent to some of my favorite pros out there bust­ing their ass. So instead of giv­ing peo­ple shit for try­ing to perpetrate…shake their hand and thank them for their contribution…every lit­tle bit counts.… hahaha…this shit is great!!

  5. I fail to see how that bul­letin in any way makes Ki a hyp­ocrite. In his pre­vi­ous post he didn’t say any­thing about it being bad or wrong that scen­esters would be rep­pin the shirts more than skaters. He just pointed out the fact that it’s weak.…which it is. Like Ki I’m all for some non-​​skater money fuel­ing skater agen­das and lin­ing skater pock­ets. I just think it’s incred­i­bly weak and near­ing blas­phemy that I can’t find this T-​​shirt in my local skate shop. Why do I want to buy a shirt from Urban when the major­ity of the prof­its from said shirt are going to line some cor­po­rate fucks pock­ets. I’d rather those small prof­its line the pock­ets of peo­ple I sup­port (like Nocturnal) and the rest of the money go to the park.

  6. “So instead of giv­ing peo­ple shit for try­ing to perpetrate…shake their hand and thank them for their contribution…every lit­tle bit counts” VS “that is pretty weak. you’ll see more hip­ster scen­ester kids rock­ing this shit more than any­one else…”

  7. who gives a shit where they sell the tshirt at. the park needs funds in order to be built, ulti­mately it does not mat­ter where that cap­i­tal comes from. .…besides, in 6 months no one will want to rock that shirt any­way b/​c style changes and kids want the “new shit”.

  8. the skate indus­try had its chance to help out and step up. they came up with 0. more like blank stares and shit talk. its sad to think peo­ple not asso­ci­ated with skate­board­ing will have done more to make the park hap­pen than skate­board­ing itself.

  9. Why can’t the invi­ta­tion to help be a per­ma­nently open invi­ta­tion? Why has the chance passed? Can’t that door be re-​​opened? i agree w/​ bran­don — i think that urban will keep the bulk of the money that it earns from sell­ing those shirts, and urban will end up giv­ing the skaters the shaft. look at what they tried to do w/​ quiet life! (****all respect due to my homeys who make their liv­ing work­ing for urban****)

  10. not to be a pes­simist but i dont hon­estly think the skate indus­try will be step­ping up any­time soon with money. i was talk­ing of the indus­try not kids.

  11. “Why can’t the invi­ta­tion to help be a per­ma­nently open invi­ta­tion? Why has the chance passed? Can’t that door be re-​​opened?” I don’t know if it has or it hasn’t.

  12. it makes per­fect sense to me cor­po­rate cages for skate­board­ers (skateparks) hav­ing a fundraiser at a copo­rate cum­mod­ity whore house. god damn i love street skating

  13. Wamp wamp wamp…So I spoke my mind. Financially I really don’t give two shits about who rocks skate shit. But of course, as a per­son who eats, lives and breathes skate­board­ing, I DO. Hypocracy is some­thing we all live and die by. So I stand by BOTH things I said. In hind­sight, I could care less about alot of shit that goes along with skate­board­ing. Everyone wants to hold onto to a lit­tle piece of their own. But truth­fully, skate­board­ing lost it’s soul a few Xgames ago…

  14. Oh, and on a side note, I have care­fully scouted three, highly poten­tial spots where I’m gonna stick some ledges at for the greater good of street skat­ing in the city. It’s been too cold to get started, but once the weather breaks, I’m gonna put them up pretty quick. I bought the mate­ri­als already, so it’s gonna be tight. And NO, unlike what some peo­ple may already be thinking…I’m not gonna be gay and hide them (or at least try to)..It’s gonna be avail­able to all when I fin­ish it. Cheers!!

  15. You are right, I had no rea­son to point out the haters, and i’m sorry for expect­ing a repeat of his­tory. I wanted to point out a park with a sim­i­lar cost men­tal­ity that has been given rave reviews. This busi­ness with skaters vs non skaters wear­ing skate stuff is noth­ing new. Posers? Remember the phrase? Those were the days. The truth about skate­board­ing is most com­pa­nies are screw­ing over skaters or even just amer­i­cans in one way or another in order to make a bet­ter profit. Whether its exploit­ing sneaker fac­tory labor work­ers, over seas board man­u­fac­tur­ing, infe­rior prod­uct devel­op­ment, or mak­ing bad tele­vi­sion, its all bad for the longer run of skate­board­ing. The only way to really do any­thing is to get involved and start a brand you can be proud of know­ing that your into it for the true love. Then and only then can skate­board­ers take the indus­try back.

  16. By the way, I think there is a huge dif­fer­ence between some­one try­ing to buy into the skate image and buy­ing a fund raiser t-​​shirt for a pub­lic park.

  17. the prob­lem here is that Ki actu­ally post myspace bul­letins. stop act­ing like you know what skate­board­ing is. last time I saw you, you were rockin a stud­ded belt, pur­ple laces and a sweet 5950. shut it

  18. I skate­board on my own terms. It’s awe­some. You may not see me skate, but those who do, know what goes down on the reg­u­lar. Skateboarding and fun. NEVER FORGET. (I’ll back 59/50’s but not fash­ion skateboarding)

  19. and who­ever the name­less per­son was that wrote that last post…you for­got to men­tion i had blonde hair too. peep game…

  20. Now that’s a hater. Nameless cow­ard. Who was the cow­ard talk­ing about? Cause I could see both HB or Ki rockin that kit.

  21. Actually scratch that ques­tion. Who gives a fuck cause I know both Ki and HB could be wear­ing a clown suit or maybe some scuba gear and their still gonna rip it on the stick and that’s all that matters.

  22. when the xgames was in philly some­one made up ’fuck those dudes’ stick­ers in ESPN font. those things were bomb. to tell the truth i hate both sides. cor­po­rate skate­board­ing and dudes that are too core for their own good. get over your­self. and i have some spots in mind for some ledges/​trans comes spring as well. fish­town is gonna blow shit up.

  23. this whole im a badass/​true skater dude image is so old on here. this topic on this site comes up at least once a month. same ol bull­shit from the same old cry babys

  24. I lost my skate rat sta­tus, years ago…i try to hold onto what­ever I have left. I think that’s why a lot of us butt heads on here so much. We all love skate­board­ing so much and are afraid of los­ing that feel­ing we had when we first started…so we do what­ever we can to pro­tect it. Its never gonna be like it was. Its some­thing we all need to accept. (includ­ing myself) Who are we to really say what’s right and what’s wrong?? I think if we all spent more time actu­ally skating.…we’d for­get about the dumb shit. But when you get older…on comes more respon­si­bil­i­ties and oblig­a­tions… I feel everyone’s views on here…whether or not we agree…I respect your opinions…because when we see each other…and we’re skating…none of this shit mat­ters at all. We’re just glad to be apart of a good time.…

  25. I lost my skate rat sta­tus, years ago…i try to hold onto what­ever I have left. I think that’s why a lot of us butt heads on here so much. We all love skate­board­ing so much and are afraid of los­ing that feel­ing we had when we first started…so we do what­ever we can to pro­tect it. Its never gonna be like it was. Its some­thing we all need to accept. (includ­ing myself) Who are we to really say what’s right and what’s wrong?? I think if we all spent more time actu­ally skating.…we’d for­get about the dumb shit. But when you get older…on comes more respon­si­bil­i­ties and oblig­a­tions… I feel everyone’s views on here…whether or not we agree…I respect your opinions…because when we see each other…and we’re skating…none of this shit mat­ters at all. We’re just glad to be apart of a good time.…

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