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Yellow premium weight cotton sweatshirt with vintage 1960s Peanuts front print.
In 1966 Snoopy went surfing, and skateboarding. "Charlie Brown's All Stars!" was broadcast by CBS and featured a rare, if not unique, surfing scene.
"Surf's up!" shouts Linus. In a split of a second, Snoopy jumps off his doghouse, grabs a longboard, and leaps into an inflatable pool. Snoopy displays a vast array of tricks, including the Hang Ten, cross stepping, 360s, and tube riding. Until a wave crashes over him, and the iconic canine suffers a horrendous wipeout.
Let's not forget that surfing was living its first heydays in California, before spreading to all corners of the globe. And skateboarding was expanding, especially after the launch of "The Quarterly Skateboarder." The world's first skateboarding magazine was founded by John Severson in 1964, two years before "Peanuts" went skateboarding.