The Cover New Era 9Fifty Snapback is a six-panel snapback with a little bit of mesh and a little bit of not-mesh. The Mulisha skull pops harder than anything that's ever been put on a hat thank to the genius color combo of green on grey. The rest is pretty self-explanatory when you check out the pics!
The answer to that question won't matter at all if you're wearing the Draft Quilted Fleece Jacket. The body is quilted and the hood is fleece-lined, which means you'll be as warm (if not warmer) than a sheep when you wear it.
Because of the quilted feature, your own body heat will get trapped in the jacket so, like I said, the answer to the question of whether there is a draft in here won't matter at all. Hell, bring on the draft -- you simply won't care.
Undisclosed Sherpa Fleece Jacket
One of the warmest jackets on the market today, the Undisclosed Sherpa Fleece Jacket is extra thick, has heavy-duty everything and most of all, comes lined with fleece to keep you warm AF wherever you are and whatever you're doing. Throw a few strategically placed Mulisha logos on there and all of a sudden you're turning heads and dropping jaws!
Cheat Death Zip Up Zippered Hoodie
Everyday alive is another day cheating death. Some of us just do it in a more extreme way than others.
No matter how you cheat death, if it's cold outside, you're gonna wanna cheat it while staying warm and toasty in this exclusive zipper hoodie from Metal Mulisha.
Blocked Short Sleeve
Probably the most hardcore shirt we have. Not sure why it's called Blocked, but hey, it's not my job to know why -- it's just my job to write about the shirts. It's basically the same exact shirt as all the other Mulisha shirts you have, except this one has a design that looks like the picture. Cool.
Charlie Don't Ride Short Sleeve
"Charlie Don't Surf" is a famous line from the 1979 film Apocalypse Now, spoken by Lt. Col. Kilgore as justification for taking a beach at the Mekong Delta so the American soldiers could go surfing.
American soldiers referred to the Viet Cong as "Victor Charlie" or simply as "V-C." "Victor" and "Charlie" are both letters in the NATO phonetic alphabet, corresponding to 'V' and 'C', respectively.
"Charlie," when used alone, referred to communist forces in general, both Việt Cộng and Vietnamese.
Anyway, we changed "surf" to "ride" and now you know the story behind the Charlie Don't Ride Short Sleeve Shirt!