GORILLA BISCUITS VARSITY JACKET
March 18th, 2016 by Tim

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Been going back and forth with Brian over at Super 7 for the past couple days and we’re happy to help get the word out on these Gorilla Biscuits varsity jackets that are available for pre-order now. Pretty classic looking jacket, here’s more info…

These jackets are custom handmade by Golden Bear Sportswear in San Francisco! Golden Bear was founded in the City By The Bay in the 1920’s and began making their iconic varsity jackets in the 1950’s. Golden Bear only makes custom jackets ONCE A YEAR and for 2016 Gorilla Biscuits gets their turn.

Cotton Varsity – $295.00

Features a large embroidered Gorilla Head on the front, embroidered “87” on the left sleeve and large embroidered “Gorilla Biscuits” lettering on the back (the chenille patches are too heavy for this cotton jacket so direct embroidery is used instead). A contemporary fit banded collar cotton barracuda jacket. Scalloped back, knit cuff, waistband and collar trim. Handmade in San Francisco, USA. Available in Sizes S-XXL and in two color combinations: Navy body with grey sleeves or red body with black sleeves.

Check out Super7Store.com for ordering information

For reference a standard varsity jacket with no embellishments from Golden Bear is $495.00: GoldenBearSportsWear.com

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From Noisey…

In the first episode of their series Under the Influence, Noisey goes from the streets of the Lower East Side all the way to South Korea to examine one of the most distinctive genres to sprout from the concrete of New York City: hardcore. Along the way, we’ll meet with everyone from tattoo shop owners to chefs to government workers—all of whom have been inspired by the teachings at musical meccas like CBGB and A7 and found ways to apply the lessons learned from the scene to their own lives. Join us—as well as members of Agnostic Front, Title Fight, Youth of Today, Incendiary, and more—as they explore a world living under the influence of New York Hardcore.

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WALTER WITH YOUTH OF TODAY IN LIVERPOOL, PLANET X | PHOTO: IAN LAWTON

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Gorilla Biscuits Start Today is one of the most influential records in hardcore. Hailing from New York City, Gorilla Biscuits carved a niche within the New York Hardcore Scene. Blending the aggression and energy of bands like Agnostic Front with a sense of melody likened to Dag Nasty, Gorilla Biscuits still stands as a unique reference point for many hardcore bands that have come after them. This is an essential part of any record collection. To commemorate the 25th anniversary of the release of Start Today in 1989, the record has been re-pressed and packaged on black and glow-in-the-dark vinyl in embossed jackets with printing on the inside of the jacket sleeve.

Order now:
Black Vinyl
Glow-In-The-Dark-Vinyl
Purple Shell Cassette
Jungle T-Shirt

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Gorilla Biscuits
New Direction
Live at the House Of Vans
Brooklyn, NY
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Video by: Jammi York