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Damzl \'dam-zl \ n.: girl or maiden with a sense of adventure beyond the norm 2: half girl, half machine, see bionic. Damzl is a girls offroad clothing line. Join the growing list of women who want to be the first to see our gear and join the movement they call Feminize The Machine!  

Ride On Blood ties: A young California entrepreneur tries to pick up the pieces after the tragic death of her sister 
...Together always, Heather and Holly. Best friends, riding pals and ultimately, in an arrangement that describes one in every four U.S. small companies, business partners. Together they set off on a path neither could imagine walking alone - "It was fun," says Heather, swirling her wine glass. "So much damn fun" - until one of them was gone 

Finding a niche 

Damzl was their love child, a business born of a shared passion for off-road motor sports and a deep frustration with the clothing options available to them as women riders. Long story short, they could never find anything they wanted to wear. All the gear in stores was cut for men, styled for men, sized for men, designed by men. Holly and Heather could ride with any man; they'd proved that long ago. But why should they have to wear men's riding pants? They felt disrespected. Then they saw an opportunity....  

Damzl #1 Supporter of M.O.R.E Powder Puff Race 
There is no need to tell the off-road community that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For the past three years, many of them have found a way to express their support for the fight against breast cancer by participating in the Mojave Off-Road Enthusiasts Powder Puff Race to benefit the Cedars-Sinai Women's Breast Cancer Research Center. It is no surprise that an event of this nature has grown to double its size in such a short amount of time. For many years the desert has provided off-road enthusiasts a place to gather and celebrate family fun in a truly unconventional way. In 2008, the MORE Powder Puff Race for the Cure took that celebration and nonconformity to even greater and more positive heights.