Crazy Train Clothing Company will debut its “Train” clothing line in the U.K. and Canada on Sept. 1.
The clothing line will feature a mix of classic train designs, vintage train accessories, and custom made accessories.
Crazy Train has partnered with Nike, J.
Crew, and other brands to produce the clothing, which is available exclusively through Crazy Train’s online store.
Crazy Track will debut the line in March, but the brand has yet to announce when exactly the line will be available in the United States.
The brand is part of a growing trend of online clothing retailers targeting the younger generation.
“We believe this is the perfect opportunity for people to get into clothing,” said Crazy Train co-founder, Rob Gough.
“The clothing is easy to wear, and it is fun to wear.
We are confident that we can be a global leader in bringing fun, high-quality apparel to consumers, who want something they can wear everywhere.”
Gough said that his company was initially interested in developing a line for children, but he later realized that the product was going to appeal to a wider audience.
He said that Crazy Train wanted to offer something different for the people of the United Kingdom and Canada.
“We want to create a product that people will really enjoy, that’s fun to put on, that they will be proud to wear,” Gough said.
“And they’ll be able to wear it in a variety of ways.
I think that’s what we have to do.
We have to make a product we can wear to conventions, at work, on the weekend, whatever.”
Grough said that he hoped that the U of K. and U.C.L.A. would soon start selling the clothing.
“I think it’s really exciting,” Grough said.
“If you go back and look at the last 30 years, you’ll see that we’ve had more people on social media,” said Gough, adding that the company has been growing its online sales.
“Our biggest challenge is getting people to buy clothes online.”
Crazy Train plans to open its U.KS. store in early 2018.