Rockfresh tackle taxes and waits for hip hop fans

New hip-hop clothing store brings exclusive urban streetwear brands from the US for the UK's underground hip-hop community.
By: Milo Dunne
April 11, 2012 - PRLog -- Ipswich-based Rockfresh started back in May 2011, following frustrations with ordering hip-hop focused T-shirts from the USA. Ordering T-shirts featuring well-known acts such as A Tribe Called Quest, Notorious B.I.G and the Wu Tang Clan was costing Milo, founder and Managing Director, a fortune.

"The tees we wanted were only ever in America which ends up costing a crazy amount in shipping and then when it’s delivered, you get stung for tax.” Says Milo. “We were fed up of paying £50 for a £20 t-shirt and decided to bring true underground hip-hop clothing to the UK for the first time with the dopest urban streetwear brands from the US.”

Milo comes with a huge passion for both hip-hop and urban streetwear. Their policy is no hidden charges. If a Rockfresh t-shirt costs £20, that’s all the buyer pays. Even the shipping is free, regardless of the size of the order.

Rockfresh is slowly but surely starting to make some noise in the UK hip-hop community as DJs and MCs alike are sporting their T-Shirts for performances. Adding to the uniqueness of the offering, is the fact that Rockfresh want to be more than just a store – the website features interviews and news from the hip-hop community, reflecting Milo’s involvement with the underground hip-hop scene since 1992.


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Rockfresh is an urban streetwear clothing store for people who appreciate real hip-hop and its musical roots.

Underground hip-hop clothing with no hidden costs with free shipping to the whole of Europe.
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