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Hard Cloud

If they sell it, they've worn it and probably broken it already! Hard Cloud inspired by music, skate and surf culture.

Hard Cloud:

"Hardcloud is the UK's number one online surf skate and music inspired fashion retailer our brand is a true reflection and belief of the people involved. That means Ian, Roger and the rest of our ever expanding team!

Surfing, snowboarding, wakeboarding, bmxing, mountain biking, moto-x, drinking, listening to music, lifestyle and action sports...we all do at least three of these things each, and that is what Hardcloud is about.

We wear what we sell and we hope you find something to inspire you, if we don't send us an email (info[splitch]hardcloud.com) and abuse us until we do have something you like. As surfers and all the rest of it the things that influence us in everyday life are pretty simple, listening to a new track for the first time, surfing at our local break (Wittering rocks!), going out with our mates. These are the things that help us decide what kind of clothes to offer.

The Hardcloud team have all been involved in running websites for the last 10 years so we all have a pretty clear idea of what is needed. Customer service is important to everyone so rest assured we will break our backs to sort problems, answer emails, make sure you get your stuff on time etc.

Hardcloud.com is inspired by music, skate and surf culture. We are driven to bring you the best online selection of clothing & accessories from a fresh perspective.

Hardcloud.com is very easy to use and customer service is second to none. We stock brands including Animal, Volcom, Hurley, Billabong Roxy, Vans, DC, Nixon, Etnies, and Reef to name just a few".

If you have been tempted by this, here's the link:


Hard Cloud

http://www.hardcloud.com affiliate program was with Webgains. Sadly, the program has now finished and the page has had to be Bunged Up. In the meantime, for alternatives please visit our Surf and Skate page

(Not to be confused with the Rackspace Cloud which is more of a problem)