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T-Minus Zero: Launch!

July 31, 2007 by garry

Unmanned Apollo 6 test mission, April 4, 1968.

Welcome to the brand-new Altamont site for 2007-2008. We're getting ready to kick a bunch of fun and exciting stuff off the launch pad straight into your face. Most importantly, we just added the Fall 2007 Collection for your perusal, featuring many splendored and fiery items that have recently blasted off straight from the minds, hearts and souls of brand contributors Andrew Reynolds, Bryan Herman, Jimi Hendrix, Fos and Patrick O'Dell.

Also getting all fired up is our extensive new Blog section, which will contain not only brand and team rider news, photos and video clips; but an ongoing examination of art, music and current events--mainly focusing on the years 1965 to 1975, a timeframe centered on the infamous Altamont rock concert in December 1969, after which our brand was named.

Last but not least, we'll also be posting plenty of other unpredictable, interesting and entertaining stuff--not to mention some creative contests for you to win free Altamont Apparel--so grab ahold of that mouse and don't let go! And remember: just like Denny's, the Altamont site is always open.

Public impact: Occuring on April 4, 1968, Apollo 6 was the Apollo Program's second and last unmanned test flight of its Saturn V launch vehicle, which would eventually send astronauts to the moon during Apollo 11 on July 20, 1969. Ultimately, the American public was relatively uninterested in the Apollo 6 mission, because on the same day as the launch, Martin Luther King, Jr. was shot dead in Memphis, Tennessee; and five days prior, President Johnson had announced he would not seek re-election.


  1. said (6 years ago)

    hendrix sickkkk!

  2. said (6 years ago)

    Warning! An unhyped launch has occured!

  3. said (6 years ago)

    Have the fuel tanks separated?

  4. said (6 years ago)

    Dued thats crazy that Martin Luther King was shot the same day of apollo six! And this new blog thing is sweet!

  5. said (6 years ago)

    Great Website.
    Your Stuff is amazing.
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  6. said (6 years ago)

    altamont for life

  7. said (6 years ago)

    so psyched...

  8. said (6 years ago)

    hands down illest garments ever, Sonny Barger would've rock this at Altamont.

  9. said (6 years ago)

    Altamont has the sickest clothes ever, and the team is the best!

  10. said (6 years ago)

    less gear crisis occurances thanks to altamont

  11. said (6 years ago)

    Altamont, I've got to thank you for your great clothes and style ... you changed my life forever.

  12. said (6 years ago)

    hendrix stuff!! thats wats up

  13. said (6 years ago)

    all you other guys are posers!

  14. said (6 years ago)

    yeah altamont for life! illest stuff, hands down.

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  16. said (6 years ago)

    can u guys send stuff to katy mills mall or memorial city mall[houston] cuz i dont wanna drive 18 miles 4 a tshirt

  17. said (6 years ago)

    I only want to say that it's nice to be a hendrix and andrew reynolds fan at the same time this is gonna rock

  18. said (6 years ago)

    altamont is sooo sick
    i gotta save up my money to buy the expensive gear though... but its worth it!

  19. said (6 years ago)

    Fuck the lot of you.We dont need your fuckin douchebag rich boy asses in skateboarding.$80 pants and $40 hats is not ok and you fuckin strokes supporting it is pathetic.Real skaters,stay up,dont be fuckin bought.

  20. said (6 years ago)

    Sonny Barger's still alive, might want to ask him before you say what he would or would not wear

  21. said (6 years ago)

    I will probbaly sport this company almost everytime i can... and when i get my first paycheck its all going to altamont =)

  22. said (6 years ago)

    back to basics

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