So you've seen the shirts and hats all around Denver and in various parts of the country -- they're pretty identifiable, particularly the hats, whose brim is emblazoned with DSP (Denver Skate Punk) in large white letters. Well, now, thanks to Ben Owens over at Super Screenprint, we can see how Frontside 5's gear is made. It's a pretty rad process. Check it out after the jump. -- Dave Herrera
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