CLSC Holiday 16' Available Now!

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NEW FIRE ALERT: We just received our shipment of Holiday 16' CLSC, and there's something for everyone, from tees to windbreakers to varsity jackets to accessories. Need a new piece or two for yourself? Need a gift? We've got you covered. Check out the new pieces ... and if something catches your eye, you can click right on the image to go to the product page!
Weekend Varsity Jacket
A perfect, traditional-style, mid-weight varsity jacket with just enough embellishments, both on the outside and inside, where the satin lining is printed with CLSC's "championship years"
Forest Windbreaker
Need a lightweight outer shell? Look no further than the 100% nylon Forest windbreaker. A tonal, black-and white look is perfect for the winter, and the "Sucks To Suck" print down the arms is sure to turn heads.
Homer Tee
Available in salmon (pictured above) and black, the Homer tee looks like your standard pocket tee ... until you look closely and see it's adorned with an all-over "Sucks To Suck" print. Throwing subtle shade at everyone around you has never been easier. 
Tonal Script Snapback
Available in blue/red (pictured above) and natural/black, the Tonal Script snapback is a simple, clean hat in easily wearable colors. It could just be your next go-to hat. 
Sucks To Suck Dog Bowl
Available in red (pictured above) and white, the "Sucks To Suck" dog bowl is a perfect piece for your four-legged friend. You get to get fresh all the time, so let them get steezy while they eat. Gotta take care of your dawgs right?
Sucks To Suck Deck 
Skate it. Display it. Use it as a makeshift Snow Skate (are those still a thing?). No matter what you do, you can do it LA-style with this deck.
Sucks To Suck Ashtray
Ashing into cans or bowls is not a good look when you're smoking solo, and even worse when your homies come over for a sesh. Shell out a few bucks for a quality ashtray like this jawn ,and you'll be ashing in style. 
What's your favorite piece from CLSC's Holiday 16' collection? Hit us up and let us know on Twitter, check our Facebook page for updates, and, as always, be sure to follow us on Instagram for all the fire photos you can handle.

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