Deeply influenced by Southern California's skateboard, surfing and hip-hop culture, he said he and Wright began making clothes that reflected their interests but that no one else seemed to be providing.
"I grew up in a pretty unique environment and was exposed to a lot of different things," he said in a 2009 interview with the Orange County Register. "I didn't feel there was a clothing company to bridge the gap between all these different things that we were into _ that spoke for that melting pot of what was going on. That's what LRG was all about."
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