Thrilla Krew just re-released many of their favorite designs and a couple you may not have seen before. Scroll for surf.
Let’s take a ride back in time all the way back to 1984. The Thrilla Krew story began with a tiki cartoon sticker inspired by the surfer’s battle cry of the day: Pray for Surf. Tak Kawahara, legendary surfboard shaper and “father of surf” in Japan, was working in surf apparel when he created the sticker that was so different from the simplicity of surfwear at that time. To build beyond Pray for Surf, Tak found a partner with a similar sense of humor in artist Steve Nazar. Together, they created the iconic Thrilla Gorilla and Da Boys, pioneering a new wave of surfwear that helped define 1980s surf and skate style. Now, after being gone for almost 30 years, Da Boys are back.
Not only are Da Boyz back, but they brought this SK8-Bit Yellow Tee along for the ride. It’s skating, it’s surfing all in 8-Bit glory from the brands classic Nintendo game. This100% soft spun cotton jersey has been preshrunk for a regular fit.