MPOTD: How Bout Them Apples

MPOTD: How Bout Them Apples

by Darren Meenan November 20, 2017 0 Comments

#leothelion #mets #the7line #iPhoneX 🍎 🦁

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STYLIN' AND PROFILIN'! "Leo the lion" here looking sharp in his HR Apple Beanie. Thanks to @RalphArdi for tagging us.

We dropped another 3,000 of these back in September and as expected, they wen't pretty quick. No, we won't be bringing more in this winter. Sorry guys and gals! Another stack will come in the fall of 2018.

TIP: Leo looks sharp, but tell your kids to keep their eyes pealed. Last winter we had a parent tweet telling us their kids beanie was stolen from their cubby during class. Unfortunately, the HR Apple beanies are super popular, and some folks have no conscience. 


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