Spotting crazes is the stuff of legends. Often the madder the better. But not always. Look at Pete Tomkin’s Crud Catcher, or Animal’s velcro watch strap. Genuinely good applications of existing materials. Then there’s: Rubik’s cube; Sinclair’s, well Sinclair really; wet-look perms; I could, and often do, go on.
Picking up on a craze early often means big bucks.
But do you have what it takes? Do you think that there’s mileage in Skootboards? Check the pic below and go on record in the forum…
|It might not look much in the cupboard|
You can grind them, jump them, skoot them. Is that the making of a craze?
|But look at those crazy kids fly|
|Okay, so it’s a low news day. A very low news day.|
There’s loads more pics on the Pressure PRwebsite if you think you need more to make your decision.