Lame Brotherhood Clothing Review





Lame Brotherhood Clothing is a skater owned and operated company from Cleveland, Ohio. The owner, being an African American skateboarder during the late 90’s and early 2000’s, was called every name in the book by people in his neighborhood, and “Lame” happened to be one of them. The “Brotherhood” is a group of the owner’s close friends whom are like brothers to him. Their logo, called the Hallu, which is short for hallucination, represents creativity and nurturing your dreams into reality.

Lame Brotherhood Clothing sent some product for our review. The product is top quality, comfortable, and has great designs. The crewneck sweatshirt is perfect for Fall and Spring skating while the tee shirt is very light and easy to move in, which is great for those hot summer days. Since they are a skater owned company, they know what skateboarders look for within their clothing, and LB nailed it.

They’re looking forward to putting out a full length video featuring their team riders. The team has some heavy hitters including Amani Newring, Justin Laganson, Isaiah Johnson, and Mike Freiberg. They plan on dropping the video during the Fall 2013.

Check out some of their footage:

Justin Laganson for Lame Brotherhood

Lame at Skate Kitchen Jam


For more on Lame Brotherhood Clothing, visit Halluworld or

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Let's Know What You Think