Motorcycling Is Not A Crime 5-Panel Hat
Ok listen - this isn't a statement of victimhood, we've committed more than a handful of moving violations we're 100% guilty of.
This is a nod to our cultures roots, and a statement about one crime we HAVEN'T committed - Riding a motorcycle.
Our “Make a Scene” Tee description talked about some of our upbringing and the concept of being a part of a “Scene.”
Part of that scene growing up was the skate scene. Many of us grew up skating streets & skateparks and with skateboarding as an expression of who we were. We got used to being assumed criminals, troublemakers and a generally guilty party. If you’re familiar with Powell-Peralta's 1988 video "Public Domain”, you’re familiar with the “Skateboarding is not a Crime” statement that became a movement to disrupt and object to the idea that a person on a skateboard was a criminal.
As we’ve grown up and found Motorycles as a means of expression we’ve seen a similar cultural/ societal assumption of us as riders.
Our culture and community is made up of all walks of life, all backgrounds, creeds, colors and occupations. This tee is a statement of rejection to the assumption that because we ride Motorcycles - we’re some kind of criminal.
The culture is changing, the status quo is changing, and we intend to continue to push positive change for out culture and community.
Motorcycling is not a crime.
- Sizes: XS-4XL
- Color: Black
This fitted tee is a cotton/poly blend fabric meant to stand up to consistent wear.
How to care for GFDD printed garments:
- Turn garment inside out.
- Wash similar fabrics together (if you have the entire collection of GFDD tees, this should be easy...)
- Wash in cold water on gentle cycle.
- Use a mild detergent.
- **Do not use liquid fabric softener**
- If possible, avoid drying in a dryer. Hang or lay flat to dry.
Lightweight cotton twill
5 panel structured
Adjustable nylon woven strapback