All profits of this Black Lodges Social Club shirt are directly donated to the ACLU, UNHCR and Doctors Without Borders.
The design of this shirt is possibly one of my favorite pieces ever to grace a shirt or record. It was used by the band Flux Of Pink Indians back in the early 80s and holds incredible weight, today as it did then. A direct response to the nonsensical arms race and idea of Mutual Assured Destruction ( MAD ) that arose out of the nuclear threat during the cold war. It's truth and simplicity are genius. The Peace and Equality sign at the bottom of the shirt tie it all together beautifully.
Pre-order starts now and runs until Sunday, April 22th, ships by May 3rd.
Ladies, if you are wondering how these fit you, so far the size Small has worked wonders. I am terrible a gauging these things for you but based on the past, SMALL seems to work really well for you most Comrades.
Screen Printed in the UK on a 200gsm white, "Made in Europe" tagless T-Shirt and the sizes are run from S to 2XL
Size Chest (to fit):
S - 34/36" // M - 38/40" // L - 42/44" // XL - 46/48" // XXL - 50/52"