Salute to Minor Threat and all of the other bands that were about that lifestyle.

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If you were listening to punk rock music in the late 80s, one of the subcultures that rose in the ranks of the underground was straightedge: a part of the hardcore music scene that emphasized no smoking, no drinking, no illicit drug use. Bands like Minor Threat, Gorilla Biscuits, and Chain of Strength were the beaus of the ball during the time.

Fast forward to today, when I was browsing the internet, I noticed that Noah, the streetwear brand founded by former creative director for Supreme, Brenden Babenzien, released a cool rugby shirt, very much in the style of “youth crew” kids.

Be sure to hurry and grab it, because the shirts are flying off of the shelf. You can get it now here.