11.13.2008

New Season, New Look from Bumpy Pitch

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Allow me a moment to big up my guys Beans & Dunny at The Original Winger for their new Fall collection from Bumpy Pitch. They've got new BP logo tees, they brought back a few of the classic NASL logo shirts and went waaaaaay back to the days of leather balls for a few ASL teams. They're all 100% dope and 100% designed and manufactured in the USA (they're helping to keep our people working y'all).

If you're looking to bribe me, buy me a holiday gift or perhaps you're just offended by some of my poorer wardrobe choices I'm partial to the shirts of the old ASL heavyweights: Fall River Marksmen, Bethlehem Steel F.C. and Brooklyn Wanderers.

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Get them online here or at select retail locations.

12 comments:

FC Uptown said...

Im kind of digging the San Fran one too.

Jeff said...

Totally getting the Bethlehem FC shirt

Anonymous said...

Brooklyn represent!

THT said...

the shirts are nice looking, but $36 for a t-shirt is a joke. they aren't that nice. especially in a recession.

DirkDigital said...

I would disagree. I don't know where you shop but good tee's are usually about this price.

Clayton said...

damn broskies...that shit is pricey. $36 for a short sleeved shirt? i could maybe buy a long sleeved shirt for that. we're all not from hollywood and we're all not celebrities...

Anonymous said...

$36 is at least better. They used to be $50!

Anonymous said...

The Fall River Marksmen crest is class! Brooklyn Wanderers? Damn man. What MLS could have been. Instead we get Fake Salt Lake, Wizards, Chivas USA, Fire, Revolution and on and on....

Anonymous said...

$36 dollars for a silk screen shirt? Bet they don't cost more than $6-$9 to make "made in the usa".

4x-6x mark up? Good luck with that.

charlton heston said...

SF, should you have sway with TPTB over at BP, please encourage them to get off their duff and make a Diplomats shirt. Thanks.

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