The Hundreds
The Hundreds: Greatest Hits
Sunrise T-Shirt
A lowkey graphic that was part of a seasonal collection around a decade ago, this shirt is rare because it features our THLA moniker that you'll never see us use again. We originally referred to our retail shop as RSWD, but after also opening up stores in San Francisco, New York, and Santa Monica, we needed more broad ways to describe them, hence the THSF, THLA, etc. Can you guess the reference for this graphic? 2009 Deadstock
$60
Huge T-Shirt
A nod to our tagline, The Hundreds is Huge, this HUGE graphic surfaced over 10 years ago and has become a fan favorite around the globe. At first when the brand was in its infancy, Ben and Bobby used to call The Hundreds huge as a joke, because it wasn't. Then it became true over the years so it was less of a joke. Now, it's just another fact. DS 2007-2009
$80
Tap Out T-Shirt
A flip of a dominant MMA brand from the early 2000s, this graphic employs our old THLA moniker and Adam Bomb on the reverse side. And even though Adam caught a licking, you know he's still ticking almost a decade later. 2010 Deadstock
$80
Splatter T-Shirt
A colorful riff on Krylon spray paint cans, this classic The Hundreds graphic became an instant hit with fans and is one of our most frequently requested shirts to bring back. But this is your only shot at this one-of-a-kind drip. 2009 Deadstock
$120
Self Offense T-Shirt
In 2007, we released a tee called “Self-Offense” in our Summer Collection. Believe it or not, Bobby drummed up the concept and original sketches for this t-shirt in his 3rd year of college, while researching the escalating gun homicides in the States. The graphic also channeled his sentiments on law enforcement, considering the gun in the artwork is actually a police model (do the math!). The graphic was in fact inspired by a poster he had seen on campus where the tail of a cigarette curved back around and morphed into a smoking gun barrel. The notion of an object being turned on its user was intriguing to Bobby, and he saw the opportunity for the same conceptual basis in this particular gun graphic. 2007 Deadstock
$120
Rosewood New Era Fitted Hat
A throwback to the RSWD era of The Hundreds on Fairfax Ave. Where we carved out our own world tucked in the cut on Rosewood Ave. Deadstock
$80
No Time Left T-Shirt
A collage of images with intent to provoke thought. 2020 was not only a year in a pandemic but also a year of historic social justice movement. This graphic, though released at least 5 years ago, still weighs heavy in today's social climate. 2013 Deadstock
$80
Livestock x brknhome T-Shirt
In 2007, we released a tee called “Self-Offense” in our Summer Collection. Believe it or not, Bobby drummed up the concept and original sketches for this t-shirt in his 3rd year of college, while researching the escalating gun homicides in the States. The graphic also channeled his sentiments on law enforcement, considering the gun in the artwork is actually a police model (do the math!). The graphic was in fact inspired by a poster he had seen on campus where the tail of a cigarette curved back around and morphed into a smoking gun barrel. The notion of an object being turned on its user was intriguing to Bobby, and he saw the opportunity for the same conceptual basis in this particular gun graphic. 2007 Deadstock
$100
Illuminati T-Shirt
An reversible design with nods and inspiration from the Illumanti..whatever they are. 2010 Deadstock
$80
Gull T-Shirt
Part of our collaboration with Delorean Motor Company. This big print showcases the gullwing doors opened up on the Delorean 2009 Deadstock
$100
Being Hunted T-Shirt
Like Hypebeast before Hypebeast, Being Hunted was a platform where all of the early streetwear heads came together to find fresh new shit. Ben and Bobby were friends with Jorg, who ran Being Hunted, and they eventually collaborated on this T-shirt, with our founders being featured in the lookbook. The graphic itself is a rip of the old Western film Magnificent Seven. DS 2004-2005
$100
Dinger Snapback
A New Era Snap Back with one of our brand mascots the Buffalo. 2012 Deadstock
$60
Armor T-Shirt
An artist series collaboration with Stan Sakai's Usagi Yojimbo, a comic about a Samurai Rabbit. "I had the first 3 Usagi comic books in the ’80s. Stan Sakai’s art and character development were wholly instrumental in how I learned to draw cartoons." -Bobby Hundreds - In the ’90s, a partnership formed between Usagi Yojimbo and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles… Crossover on both sides’ respective comic books and even the early Ninja Turtles’ cartoon. It was an interesting relationship, and catapulted Usagi to an unprecedented readership. 2009 Deadstock
$120
America T-Shirt
A play on street signs that warn southern Americans to be on the lookout for border crossers, the America T-shirt reminds us all who the original immigrants on this land were—us. 2006 Deadstock
$80
Dinger Snapback
$60
A New Era Snap Back with one of our brand mascots the Buffalo. 2012 Deadstock