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Showcase a piece of skate culture with the StrangeLove "Ape" Black T-Shirt. This tee, adorned with Todd Bratrud's iconic artwork, captures the spirit of creativity and rebellion that defines the skateboarding community. Screen-printed on the front for a durable and vivid display, this shirt pairs effortlessly with any skate attire, making it a staple for those who wear their passion on their sleeve.

  • Artwork by Todd Bratrud
  • Screen-printed front
  • Color: Black
  • Skate culture design
  • Description: Legendary skateboarder Mike Smith once put out a cassette tape entitled "Ape Rock," which included the song "Naked Ape." The significance of this obscure track is that it was used for the "Night Monkey" skit on a televised episode of MTV's jackass during it's first season, circa 2000. So, where does all that leave us? Well, for one, if you buy this shirt and wear it, technically you will not be naked. Furthermore, this kinda looks like a monkey at night, aka a night monkey, but beyond that, fuck, I don't know? Wear it to a zoo, go stare at the gorillas, and see if the resident alpha male goes berserk and tries to kill you. —Cliver

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Showcase a piece of skate culture with the StrangeLove "Ape" Black T-Shirt. This tee, adorned with Todd Bratrud's iconic artwork, captures the spirit of creativity and rebellion that defines the skateboarding community. Screen-printed on the front for a durable and vivid display, this shirt pairs effortlessly with any skate attire, making it a staple for those who wear their passion on their sleeve.

  • Artwork by Todd Bratrud
  • Screen-printed front
  • Color: Black
  • Skate culture design
  • Description: Legendary skateboarder Mike Smith once put out a cassette tape entitled "Ape Rock," which included the song "Naked Ape." The significance of this obscure track is that it was used for the "Night Monkey" skit on a televised episode of MTV's jackass during it's first season, circa 2000. So, where does all that leave us? Well, for one, if you buy this shirt and wear it, technically you will not be naked. Furthermore, this kinda looks like a monkey at night, aka a night monkey, but beyond that, fuck, I don't know? Wear it to a zoo, go stare at the gorillas, and see if the resident alpha male goes berserk and tries to kill you. —Cliver