The Hundreds
The Hundreds Greatest Hits
Paisley T-Shirt
The T-shirt that started the craze, our original Paisley All-Over print shirt became a bigger hit than we ever expected back in the day. All-over prints have gone in and out of popularity over the years, and there's no better way to bring them back than with the OG black colorway. 2005 GENTLY WORN (9/10)
$120
Pins T-Shirt
Famously worn in zip-up form by Jay-Z back in his Hangar tour days, the Pins All Over print shortly followed the success of the Paisley All Over print that arguably was the catalyst for RSWD and The Hundreds' existence. 2005 GENTLY WORN (9/10)
$120
Mother T-Shirt
Collab with famous tattoo artist Jun Cha. A 2-day exhibition was hosted including black and grey artwork showcasing Cha's graphics. 2009 WORN (7/10)
$100
Jackson Pollock Strapback
Limited to 150 pieces, this collaborative hat with the estate of Jackson Pollock was a massive release for us that included skate decks and the famous Modernica chairs. 2017 Deadstock
$150
Garfield New Era Snapback
Part of our 2nd major collab with Garfield. The hat was originally meant to be packaged this way as a collectors item but was later scrapped. 2018 Deadstock
$120
Brookyln Projects T-Shirt
Collab with BP to commemorate its shop opening in Quebec, Canada. This patriotic tee fuses Canada's most iconic imagery with our very own Adam Bomb. 2013 WORN (6/10)
$80
Grateful Dead Steal Your Face Pullover
When the sun goes down, the pre-gaming is over, the lights come on, and the music starts, it's time to throw on the The Hundreds X Grateful Dead pullover. This graphic is very special, one of the rare times in history that the band has allowed an outside brand to manipulate their iconic Steal Your Face logo. We turned the outside of the skull into the silhouette of one of our signature bombs and the result was unlike anything else we've ever released. Get your hands on this very rare piece, as it will never be sold again. 2013 Deadstock
$250
Grateful Dead Sunrise Day Dream T-Shirt
Arguably the most unique graphic in the entire The Hundreds X Grateful Dead collection, the Sunrise Day Dream T-shirt depicts a solid bomb-turned-sunrise lifting above a variation of the legendary jam band's iconic bolt of lightning logo. There are many theories about the meaning behind the Grateful Dead's 13-point lightning bolt logo, from a reference to the 13 steps involved in making LSD to the 13th tarot card symbolizing deathVery few brands have been able to manipulate the Grateful Dead logos in any way, so pieces like this are very special and must-haves for your collection. 2013 Deadstock
$120
Grateful Dead Sunrise Day Dream T-Shirt
Arguably the most unique graphic in the entire The Hundreds X Grateful Dead collection, the Sunrise Day Dream T-shirt depicts a solid bomb-turned-sunrise lifting above a variation of the legendary jam band's iconic bolt of lightning logo. There are many theories about the meaning behind the Grateful Dead's 13-point lightning bolt logo, from a reference to the 13 steps involved in making LSD to the 13th tarot card symbolizing deathVery few brands have been able to manipulate the Grateful Dead logos in any way, so pieces like this are very special and must-haves for your collection. 2013 Deadstock
$120
Grateful Dead Bears Tank Top
One of the rarest tank tops we've ever made, the Bears Tank Top allows you to free your mind and your "guns." It's scientifically engineered to be the best shirt ever made for backyard barbecues and pool parties. Try it out for yourself. 2013 Deadstock
$100
Grateful Dead Wing Adam T-Shirt
If Adam Bomb took acid and ended up hanging out with some bikers and somehow found himself in a tattoo shop, we're guessing this would be what ended up on his non-existent arm. One of the trippiest graphics from the entire The Hundreds X Grateful Dead collab, the Wing Adam T-shirt finds our bombastic hero rising from the ashes, wings flapping in the wind, ascending above a bed of skulls and snakes to reach for the lightning rod in the sky. 2013 Deadstock
$120
Grateful Dead Bears T-Shirt
Our take on the Grateful Dead's famous dancing bears graphic, we styled the bears in modern streetwear to put The Hundreds touch on it. From hoodies and fitteds to sneakers and Adam Bomb t-shirts, the Dancing Bears have never looked more on point. It almost looks like they're in line for a new drop at RSWD. 2013 Deadstock
$150
Grateful Dead Rose Adam T-Shirt
A standout piece from one of the most legendary collabs in The Hundreds history, the Rose Adam finds our beloved mascot wearing a head full of roses, a reference to Bertha, a pivotal character in Grateful Dead lore. Adam's head is attached to a shiny gold skeleton, one of the rare times in The Hundreds history when Adam has had a body. Needless to say, this shirt is about as grail as it gets in our vault. 2013 Deadstock
$120
Garfield New Era Snapback
$120
Part of our 2nd major collab with Garfield. The hat was originally meant to be packaged this way as a collectors item but was later scrapped. 2018 Deadstock