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Merge4 Announces Its Launch

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Photographers Dave Nelson, Mofo, Ed Colver; artists Bad Otis Link, Dirk Vermin, Scott Greathouse, Taylor Reinhold; surfers Nathan Fletcher, Timmy Reyes, Matt Rockhold, Koa Rothman, Jay Moriarity; artist/surfer Shawn “Barney” Barron; musician/surfer Landon McNamara, artist/skateboarder/musician Steve Caballero; skateboarder/ tattoo artist Richard Kirby; movie and TV personality/skateboarder WeeMan; snowboarder/photographer Mike Basich; mountain bikers Cedric Gracia, Greg Minnaar.  What do all these guys have in common? Talent? Check. Accomplishment? Check. Socks? Yes!!!!!

All of these creative artists/athletes are part of the Merge4 collaboration, putting their names, talent, photography and art to a line of creative, comfortable, cool socks that are gonna knock your other socks off.

Merge4 is the brainchild of four long-time movers and shakers in the action sports industry:

Cindi Ferreira Busenhart was one of the co-owners of Sessions for over 25 years and also the founder of the Tim Brauch Foundation.

Keith Meek is a skateboard legend, artist, digital graphics/pool ripper.

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Gigli Locatelli is a hard-rocking Las Vegas restaurateur.

Rob Roskopp is a legendary Santa Cruz skateboarder and founder of Santa Cruz Bikes.

These four merged their time and talent to produce a line of socks that merge comfort, quality, style and strength.

Merge4 is a sock company but it’s also a visual company, and that brain trust are aided and abetted from land and sea by many but two stand outs are skate industry legend, Hall of Famer and shooter Mofo and global lsurf-shooter and legend himself Dave Nelson.

Style? Believe it. Check out the Collection page on the www.merge4.com website and be amazed at how stylish socks can be. So stylish, some folks are gonna want to walk around shoeless and pantless to show off their cool new foot-threads. Merge4 does not condone breaking any decency laws, but they do urge the general public to go online or find a nearby retailer and try on a pair.

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Try one pair of Merge4 socks, that’s all we ask, and bask in the warmth of thoroughly modern materials and design, complimented by action and art by some of the most thoroughly modern artists, photographers and athletes. Cool and warm. Solid and soft. Everything you want in foot underwear.

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