The brother of the 7089 Crewneck, and one of the most essential focus pieces for the collection. An homage to the deceased Eric Garner who was choked to death by NYC police July 17th, 2014 while screaming “I can’t breathe” 11 times.
This piece represents what modern day inequality looks like, hence the bright color representing the outrage after the occurrence of such injustice.
His final words printed along the back of the piece as a nod to the officers turning their back to Garner’s only wish.
Chest printed with “O”, a reference to what he was missing. Oxygen=o2=O.
His story told through sleeve patches with informative texts in hope of letting his story live on for generations to come. RIP, Eric.
Dropped shoulders, patch and pocket detailing and several print placements. Heavy cotton blend.
|Fabric:||60% cotton, 35% nylon & 5% spandex|
|Style:||Oversized, fits almost an entire size up.|
|Size guide:||Model is 1.78m. tall, wearing size S.|