We felt like there was a distinct lack of of intelligent bad assery in our line up and that was something we could not abide. With that we bring you Momento mori patch!
Popular belief says the phrase originated in ancient Rome: as a Roman general was parading through the streets during a victory triumph, standing behind him was his slave, tasked with reminding the general that, although at his peak today, tomorrow he could fall, or — more likely — be brought down. The servant is thought to have conveyed this with the warning, "Memento mori".
The coin for those in the community on the bounce. The front depicts half of the fox and Hugin/Muninn over knotwork. This coins got enough meaning...View full product details
The one man who every service wishes they had when they go to war. He's the envy of the warfighter everywhere and possibly most meme'd...View full product details
The original rogues wore these on their sleeves overseas but since returning wear them under the flap on uniform pockets. Show your desire to bust...View full product details