Launches www.PWC.Life Apparel Line


It’s readily understood that most people wear their hearts quite literally on their sleeves, at least in the form of dressing to meet or emulate a certain interest, lifestyle or fashion. We often joke that you could plop yourself on a bench in any high school in America and easily identify kids who were interested in skateboarding, heavy metal, drama, football, or dang near everything else just by observing how they dress.

So tell us, what does a jet skier look like? That’s right, if you visualized anyone, it was likely back in the old neon-hued t-shirt days of hairsprayed waves, short OP shorts, slip-on checkered Vans sneakers, and wrap-around Oakley sunglasses. Sounds pretty dated, huh? Well, that’s why we’re looking forward to The apparel brand is looking to re-establish the “jet ski look” and is doing so with their first three t-shirt designs.

Created as an appendage of mega-popular PWC performance forum,, is preparing a massive catalog of apparel and accessories over the coming months and year. We’re pretty excited to see what comes next, but until then, check out Greenhulknet’s own Jerry Gaddis’ announcement here:

Everyone has been asking for shirts for quite some time now and I have finally made it happen. Not only do we have Greenhulk.Net shirts available, but we have many other cool designs. We have PWC related designs as well as designs for Stand Up’s and Flyboard.

These shirts are made from high quality quick dry material and come in white, black, or gray and come in sizes from Small through XXX-Large

Please be sure to check out the PWC Life Apparel store at www.PWC.Life

We offer FREE domestic shipping on all orders and $21.95 flat rate international shipping.

We are extremely excited about this new line of clothing. I hope you enjoy the shirts as much as we enjoy making them for you!

Thank you!

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Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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