Working Class Heroes was set up in 2006 with a mission to sell select men's street wear from around the globe to the good people of Ulverston, Cumbria. We still hold this close to our hearts but now aim to reach slightly further a field with our website.

We are not a massive corporate site. We are not owned by a group of executive directors that have little contact with customers. We order stock, photograph it, pack it and then dispatch it. We are here to deal with your enquiries, feedback and provide you with a personal service ensuring that you get the products you want on time every time.

If you call the shop you will speak to Tom, Rob, Adam or Edd. Let us know what you think, because we care!

40-44 Market StreetUlverston Cumbria LA12 7LS
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TCSS: The Critical Slide Society

   Words by AdamOuch

   on 25/08/2016 17:07:02

Try to imagine Sandie Shaw wearing a Brian Wilson wig, and cruising on the back of Hasselhoff’s surfboard. It’d be a perfectly hairy, bare-footed masterpiece. The guys and gals at TCSS exude entirely what this perfectly crafted metaphor suggests.

Conceived 7 years ago in the back of a VW camper, in a sleepy seaside village on the central coast of NSW, Australia, founders Jim Mitchell & Sam Coombes formulated the perfect brand for seasoned surfers and artists. Like any good collective, The Critical Slide Society share a passion for surfing with those who identify with it, making them a huge player amongst the community.

 

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TCSS dedicate themselves to their interaction and collaboration with a whole range of creatives, and of course, surfers. They are continually collaborating on internationally renowned projects across the board. Click here to check out their recent collab with Sydney based artist, Georgia Hill. It’s well smart.

Since its steamy conception, the team have worked hard to showcase their clobber and work globally, making itself at home on our website, and in store. We are proud to share the same ethos with these guys – selling cool and authentic gear with those who love it.

If you’re still yet to deviate from this blog post with raw enthusiasm for TCSS, then make sure you definitely give them your time. We have, and we don’t have any regrets. Well, maybe a couple, but that’s nothing to do with these guys.