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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
$100
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
$100
Lil B Spatula T-Shirt
A throwback to Lil B, one of the Original Internet Rap perosnalities hailing from the bay. No record deal, no music awards, just positive vibes and word of mouth is how Lil B has become the legend he is today. And as always, Thank You Based God. 2011 Deadstock
$120
Nine T-Shirt
A legendary shirt in The Hundreds history, Nine was an idea from Bobby's friend Lindsay, who suggested printing tonal white on a white T-shirt. "To execute the vision, I needed to come up with a large and complicated-enough designto make the print visible, subtle enough, and beautiful all at the same time. Inspired by the Old English lettering that is indicative of Cali culture, I laid this script out and we offered it in four styles: black on white, white on black, white on white, and black on black. Due to the popularity of this tee -- especially within our cirlce and community -- we produced a second rendition named "Eighteen" a year or so later, doubling up on the classic fonts and typography. And since then, whenever we print a similar-themed T-shirt involving our mottos written out in our favorite fonts, we name it another multiple of nine. 27, 26, 45, 54, etc." -Bobby Hundreds 2005 Deadstock
$120
Peter Pan NE Fitted
One of 100 produced with our Lost Boys collab. 2008 Deadstock
$300
Hall of Fame X The Hundreds NE Fitted
One of only 200 that were sold in store only at Hall of Fame Fairfax and POST THSF. A matching Tee with the same quantities was produced 2008 Deadstock
$200
Disneyland 10 Year T-Shirt
Only the lucky few who attended The Hundreds' Ten Year anniversary in Disneyland received this super rare T-Shirt. The event will live on in infamy and will probably never happen again.... Features Bobby, Ben, Jon and others in their Disney form. 2013 Deadstock
$250
Thank You T-Shirt
A tribute to skateboarding, Bobby designed this shirt to pay respects and give roses to all of his favorite skaters and brands within the skateboarding world. It was paired with an essay on The Hundreds Blog called A LOVE LETTER :: Skateboarding As Life that you can still read today. While Bobby still adores skateboarding as a culture and sport, he's slowed down with skating himself since a bad broken leg in 2017, suffered on the office miniramp. Tough day at work. A fun fact: Jason Lee is listed twice in the thank you's on the back, and you can also see where the screens overlapped in the middle by the names who look bolder. They didn't have a screen big enough to print the entire graphic so they finished it in parts. Sketch. 2005 Deadstock
$120
The Hundreds X Parra T-Shirt
One of our favorite artists from Europe, or anywhere for that matter, Parra has blown up in the global art scene over the past decade plus. But before his meteoric rise to fame, the prolific pop artist was gracious enough to design this graphic T-shirt for The Hundreds back in 2007 while visiting our old offices at RSWD. Good luck finding a decent price on some Parra AF1's to go with it, though. 2007 Deadstock
$150
Avail T-Shirt
A collab with the hardcore band Avail from very early on in our brand's history, this shirt had a very clear message: end poverty and pay all humans living wages. Originally formed in Richmond, VA in 1987, Avail hasn't had any new music release since 2002. But they did reunite and start playing shows again in 2019, so who knows, maybe more is on the way. 2009 Deadstock
$150
Cali Bear T-Shirt
California, with all of it's natural beauty and resources, is dwindling. Wildfires cover our forests, pollution covers our cities, it seems like there is no escape.The lush and dream-like world of the west is permanently altered. Even the California Grizzly is having trouble surviving and coping with this ever changing landscape. 2010 Deadstock
$80
Old School T-Shirt
A rip of the cover art from the BAN THIS skate video, this graphic went down in The Hundreds history for a completely different reason. Released during the height of The Hundreds and Diamond beef, there was a famous photo of Terry Kennedy setting this shirt on fire. Years later, Bobby would find out that the whole beef started because of a lie a former employee told Nick from Diamond and a bunch of other streetwear pillars, and the two sides squashed it and moved on. We forgive you, Terry! 2009 Deadstock
$100
Ghetto Blaster T-Shirt
Part of the Rosewood Collection which this time around drew inspiration from some of our favorite music, artists, and album art. 2009 Deadstock
$80
Robbie Conal T-Shirt
As part of the 5th anniversary celebration for The Hundreds, Ben and Bobby enlisted the help of some of their favorite artists for a series of graphic T-shirts called "5TH." We've featured one or two of these timeless pieces on the show before, but now we're bringing you another one of our favorites. This piece was drawn by Robbie Conal, a legendary political street artist with a resume that sprawls across decades and decades. When The Hundreds approached Conal about a collaboration, he said he was down but that, at the time, he was kind of over the political stuff and was really into depicting cats or baseball... or cats playing baseball. We met Robbie in the middle and had him create this skull. Although, in hindsight, now I'm kind of wondering what that The Hundreds baseball cat T-shirt would have looked like. 2008 Deadstock
$120
Make Em Scream T-Shirt
One of the few shirts in our history that doesn't have an extensive backstory, this shirt's legacy was written along the way. At the time, Bobby loved the contrast of putting bright neon colors against black and white, so the Make Em Scream graphic just looked good at the end of the day. It didn't hurt that the colors of the shirt matched the recently dropped Union 180 sneakers and people were buying the shirt to match their new kicks. All these years later, Make Em Scream is still a fan favorite and one of our more popular shirts ever. That's the story and we'e sticking to it. 2005 Deadstock
$120
Greatest Hits Sticker Pack
A very rare collection of legendary stickers that were thought to be long-gone until we found a secret stash recently. They've been maintained in perfect condition and are ready to totally defile. the shell of that bright, shiny Macbook you have. From TYBG to the iconic Hook-Ups collab, these are some of the most sought-after stickers in The Hundreds history. 2003-2020 Deadstock
$50
America T-Shirt
$100
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