Ever heard of TikTok? You know that app that everyone and their brother/sister/neighbor keeps talking about? The one with people doing weird dances or lip syncing or whatever it is they’re doing. With over billion users, and 123 million downloads in the United States alone, I’d be shocked if you haven’t heard of it yet. And if so, I’m really jealous. I miss the days of not hearing about TikTok or seeing it plastered everywhere on the internet. But with a large majority of people staying home more, it seems that I see people using TikTok more and more.
Travel is something that should be embraced even when it’s done on someone else’s orders. You can fight the process but once you’re there if you decide to sit in your hotel and be miserable it’s on you. No good adventure ever started with sitting in a room and refusing to leave out of fear or self-loathing. The good news is the world if full of people and only some of them want to kill you.
Being Rogue often gets you into the position of having to advise 'Leaders' on how to do that crazy thing you did that nobody had considered because it was too unconventional. Now when you're doing it you can have a shirt that's comfortable and also suiting to the job. • 100% combed and ring-spun cotton (heather colors contain polyester) • Fabric weight: 4.2 oz • Shoulder-to-shoulder taping • Side-seamed
The coin for those in the community. The front depicts our coat of arms while the back is from a painting described below.
"Greek myth was popular among French Neoclassical painters, particularly obscure scenes like this one, which allowed the artist to invent an entirely new image This drawing represents a scene from Homer's Iliad, when the messenger goddess Iris was sent by Zeus to warn Athena and Hera not to help the Greeks in the war against Troy. Following their loss to Aphrodite in the beauty contest judged by Paris of Troy, Athena and Hera sided against the Trojans in the war. The artist depicted Hera, with her attribute of the peacock, and Athena, dressed in her armor, coming upon Iris just as they are rushing off to the battlefield. This drawing may be one of several Iliad scenes drawn by Louis Lagrenée for Louis XVI. Its high degree of finish and monumental size suggest that it was a presentation drawing; so perhaps Lagrenée invented a number of possible compositions for the king to select one from and be developed into a painting"
Each one is laser numbered and has "The beaten path is for beaten people" on the edge. A portion of the proceeds will go to funding our spring event!
In our line of work when someone's a bad person we usually kill them, capture them, or exploit them. If you've ever done a raid or even bail bonds or warrants you usually get a small picture of the target. We affectionately refer to these as baseball cards. The object being to collect all the best cards by resolving the issue of the person on the card. With that and a little bit too much love for Fallout we give you our Baseball Card shirt. Because we all know Rogues collect the most cards and only the best cards will do!
**Shirt is Next Level so you may want to size up but has the same great feel of our usual quality**