Hoodies drop on Monday

by Darren Meenan March 10, 2017 0 Comments

The 7 Line Army members Ivery Black and Drea Ortado Goode teamed up on these fresh new photos of our "126th street" and "Stay True" hoodies. You may know Drea as our staff photog at the games and Ivery caught the grand slam off the bat of Kelly Johnson last year at Citi Field. We like to keep as many aspects of our brand "in the family", and can't thank them enough for taking the time to get this done for us.

The hoodies drop this coming Monday at noon and we have them available in sizes S-4XL while supplies last. 

We feel these are without a doubt the nicest hoodies in our existence and think that you'll appreciate the craftsmanship behind them. Patches across the chest and right sleeve and a sharp looking woven label on the pocket. Nice simple touches that bring the quality up a notch or two. 

126th Street hoodies:

Black and grey zip ups ($82) +$3 for 2XL-4XL

Black and grey pullovers ($76) +$3 for 2XL-4XL

Stay True hoodies:

Royal blue zip ups ($82) +$3 for 2XL-4XL

PURCHASE ON MONDAY AT NOON




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