In 1982, Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis beat the NFL in court and moved his team from Oakland to Los Angeles. At the same time the Raiders were bucking NFL power, hip-hop in South Central LA was challenging authority and taking hold of the mainstream. The two became inextricably linked and galvanized a new audience of black and Hispanic fans. Representing the swagger and anti-establishment ethos of the talent-rich team, the LA Raiders’ pirate patch also became an emblem of Los Angeles’ rapidly shifting landscape.
In the now-classic ESPN 30 for 30 documentary “Straight Outta L.A.,” director and legendary N.W.A. rapper, Ice Cube, chronicles one of the first and most iconic examples of hip-hop and sport symbiotically melding to define an era: the era when the City of Angels became the land of Silver and Black. Pay homage with the commemorative tee.
If there’s one rule in LA, it’s you don’t show up without being able to put on a show. And there’s been no shortage of entertainment from your LA Galaxy. With the league's first star, an American soccer legend and an international icon all igniting the pitch and loading the highlight reel, Los Angeles has stormed to an incomparable five MLS Cups.
As Los Angeles looks to defend the MLS Cup this season with the help of a new import, it’s time to double down on the Navy Blue and Gold! Let the league know, the only way to win the Cup is through the Galaxy with the ultimate fan tee. This is LA.
This is not merely a scarf. This is a testament to your dedication, an emblem of your enduring oath to the colors of Navy Blue and Gold. It’s for lifting when your Galaxy take the pitch and for clutching after game-winning goals in stoppage time. Carry on the honor, the passion and the glory with this signature 59” x 7” fan staple. Live the colors.
Being an LA Galaxy fan doesn't stop after the game, just like the kit doesn’t end at the knees. Make every day game day, and rep your oath to the Navy Blue and Gold down to your toes with the ultimate athletic socks. Your city, your home, Los Angeles, never walk alone!
Life on the fault line is fickle, and as a fan of San Jose, you’ve met compadres Comfort and Chaos, experienced their kindness and cruelty, and through it all, been unwavering Blue and Black.
After a slow start as a charter member of MLS, your squad switched it up four seasons in, swapping club name Clash for Earthquakes, and found quick success. Building on a solid 2000 season, your Quakes sealed runs to the MLS Cup in 2001 and 2003. But on the fault line anything can happen, and you experienced devastation when your Quakes moved to Houston before the 2006 season. Because nothing in San Jose is permanent, just as soon as the Quakes left, they returned, ready for the 2008 season. Now, it’s time to shake the new stadium as your Earthquakes move forward as one, led by an utter scoring-machine. Forever Blue and Black!
This is not merely a scarf. This is a testament to your dedication, an emblem of your enduring oath to the colors of Blue and Black. It’s for brandishing when your Earthquakes take the pitch and for clutching after game-winning goals in stoppage time. Carry on the honor, the passion and the glory with this 59” x 7” fan staple. Live the colors.
Being an Earthquakes fan doesn't stop after the game, just like the kit doesn’t end at the knees. Make every day game day, and rep your oath to the Blue and Black down to your toes with the ultimate athletic socks. Forward as one!
Yosemite: home of spectacular waterfalls, granite cliffs, and towering sequoias. It’s time to brush the dust off that long lens camera you got for your 17th birthday, head west to the only national park with a cartoon character named after it and behold the majestic power of nature.
Whether it’s the Half Dome’s mammoth cliff face or Yosemite Falls’ stomach-lurching drops, this park should skyrocket to the top of your destination list. Pay homage to our nation's natural awe with this super-soft tee.
When Pete Carroll took over the football program at the University of Southern California after the 2000 season, the once-great Trojans were under siege. But shepherded by Carroll's football genius, winning personality and recruiting expertise, USC was soon back atop the college football world.
Home attendance skyrocketed, Carson Palmer, Matt Leinart and Reggie Bush won Heismans, and the Trojans put together a 34-game winning streak. The run—a Hollywood Dream—led to what many consider the greatest game in college football history: the national championship game between USC and the University of Texas in the 2006 Rose Bowl. As it would be discovered later, the program was committing sins that would result in lost scholarships, victories and one of those Heismans. In the 30 for 30 documentary “Trojan War,” director and award-winner Aaron Rahsaan Thomas—a USC alum during the Pete Carroll era—uses the lens of the legendary 2006 Rose Bowl game to examine the costs of achieving the Hollywood Dream and how they forever blighted one of football’s brightest coaching tenures. Pay homage to Los Angeles’ team and the landmark story with this commemorative tee.