Men's T-Shirt "HOT ROD - ROAD RAT"
Men's T-Shirt "HOT ROD - ROAD RAT"
$41
U.S.A.
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Артикул: SB-TS1929
Цвет: Черный
T-shirt boiled with the effect of artificial aging, dedicated to the brutal culture of HOT RODs. T-shirt with the image of the Hot Rod, with the slogan "ROAD RAT". The Hot Rod itself is made in the style of "Rat" (Rat-look) - rust throughout the body, hence the name "Road Rat". Vintage design and tattered edges give this T-shirt an unforgettable Rockabilly style. T-shirt for true connoisseurs and fans of the culture of the Grisers and Rockabillers!
Material: 100% cotton. Application is very high quality and does not feel to the touch. T-shirt boiled at 90 degrees - after washing does not sit down. It is recommended to wash at a temperature not exceeding 40 degrees, you can iron
Description:
Rat Look Style is an original direction of stance-culture with an unusual approach to car personalization. The Rat-Look style car is an outwardly beaten, rusty and rotten “bucket” with a beautifully restored technical filling.
Hot rod  - a car, originally American, with serious modifications designed to achieve the highest possible speed. The origin of the term “hot rod” is not completely clear. One theory is that it is short for English. hot roadster (hot roadster). The term became common in 1930-1940 to refer to a car with a forced engine.
Most often it was roadsters that were chosen for conversion to hot labor because of their small mass. Often, for added relief, the cars were removed wings, hoods and other hinged parts of the body, which gave such machines a very specific appearance, which later became a kind of “classic”. An indispensable accessory of the hot births is the large rear wheels, which allow to fully realize the engine power.

A subculture of the Grisers was associated with hot labor (which we often feel awkwardly translating as "brioliners"). These rebel youth, closely associated with crime, loved rock and roll and rockabilly, wore leather jackets and jeans, and mercilessly covered their hair with kilograms of briolin. In addition, they loved two things: Harley-Davidsons and Hot Rods.
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