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Burly Girls - Skateboard Gear

When you think of a burly girl, you may think of some hulking she-male lumberjack with arms of steel and nasty facial hair. Well, that's not what the chicks who invented Burly Girls clothing had in mind when they put out their line of sportswear for girls.

Marissa Noppe and her sister, Adrienne, design their line of threads for the female who loves extreme sports and looking stylish. "Most of the skateboard or snowboard clothes out there are designed for guys so it doesn't fit girls. It's usually too big," says Marissa. "We decided on the name while on a road trip with our friend who kept describing everything as being burly. We decided that burly didn't have to just be a word to describe big guys."

Burly Girls now make T-shirts, hoodies, hats, keychains and belts. Each piece has the ultra-cool Burly Girls logo and is especially designed and fitted for active chicks who are into skateboarding, snowboarding, surfing and other extreme sports.

If you're a girl who loves to skateboard, bike, surf or take on other extreme feats, head to www.burlygirls.com. Check out their clothes or send then your own Burly Girl adventure .... Because being a Burly Girl doesn't mean you like to rip trees up by the roots. But if you do, that's cool too.

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