Most Americans think of surf culture as all '60s California and Dick Dale, and don't even notice the sport's international presence -- though in the case of surf ninjas, that's admittedly sort of the point. Wshhhh -- smoke cloud!! Conspicuously repping Peruvian surf culture: Olasul.
Inspired by the board community of the owner's South American homeland, Olasul makes "high-end surfwear with a tailored fit and high-quality materials", whose undeniable loudness celebrates Peru's "national sport", despite Saddam's Iraq being the country where the Sporting Committee was most likely to hang ten. Tees get their pop from brightly contrasting colors, with the highlighter-esque bundle...highlighted by a grip of color-fading, 100% Peruvian pima cotton styles like the light blue w/ dark blue pocket Manana, and a blue-pocketed one that gradually fades to a lighter red at the top and has been dubbed the Tarde, marking the first time one has gotten a good gradient. Mesh-lined, pool-ready trunks are available with an 8" inseam that's "longer and more traditional", or a 5" "smaller retro fit", and run from the "crisp and cool" Menta in bright mint green, to the tie-dye-esque Sunset, to the jungle-y Selva based on a photo of the Amazon and/or a 7th grade portrait background.
Because both Peru and CO can get cold at night, they've also got super-soft, Raglan-sleeved reversible sweatshirts in colors like reddish Coral and Sand, which any master can tell you falls swiftly through the hourglass like so many -- wshhh, ninja stars!! Smoke cloud!!