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PacSun

Updated on August 5, 2013
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I have loved the trendy clothing from PacSun, also known as Pacific Sunwear, for many years now. A leader in fashion for teens and young adults, it houses some of the top alternative brands of clothing, including Hurley, Fox, Vans, Volcom, Roxy, O'Neill, and DC. These companies support extreme sports, such as skateboarding, snowboarding, surfing, and bmx. With their bright colors, creative prints, and name brand labels, PacSun has become a powerhouse not only for California, but for all of the U.S. Established in 1980, in Newport, California, Pacific Sunwear will continue to provide the look and feel of the alternative sports culture for decades to come.


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Full List of Brands


These are all the brands that are carried at PacSun. Most are extreme sports clothing, shoes, or accessory companies.


  • Hurley
  • Billabong
  • Volcom
  • RVCA
  • Fox
  • Vans
  • O'Neill
  • Modern Amusement
  • Nike 6.0
  • Roxy
  • Young & Reckless
  • DC
  • Quiksilver
  • Element
  • Bullhead
  • Enjoi
  • Insight
  • On the Byas
  • Reef
  • Levi's
  • Malibu Native
  • Matix
  • Zoo York
  • Nollie
  • Ezekial
  • Electric
  • Metal Mulisha
  • Kirra
  • Nixon
  • With Love From CA
  • Sound & Matter
  • Ambiguous
  • Black Poppy
  • Alpinestars
  • Check & Stripe
  • Famous S/S

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      5 years ago

      Interesting hub, looking at it again. Is Nollie a division of PacSun? (you would know a lot more about this than me.) Blessings.

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      Erin Bower 6 years ago from Georgia

      Yes, I think it was taken from a Frank Sinatra song that was used in their ads (see commercial).

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      6 years ago

      No prob!! lol Just noticing.

      Some words can serve as an effective marketing tool, I'm sure.

      Blessings.

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      Erin Bower 6 years ago from Georgia

      True, but it was taken from PacSun's ad campaign.

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      6 years ago

      Interesting to see the word 'irresponsibly' in the title ...

      Anyway, voted up.