They say to live a successful life in this city a guy has to have the four C’s.
You have none of those. So it’s a good thing you have the fifth C.
It’s what allows you to think $1200 for a studio is a bargain and to believe, year after year, that the ‘Nucks won’t choke.
It also gives you the gumption to believe that at some point over the next six months you’re going to need a damn fine T-Shirt, instead of a raincoat.
Behold Lancaster Clothing, a Vancouver based web-emporium of wicked t-shirts highlighting past moments and figures in pop culture. With an aim to dust off legends and stories that they love, Lancaster produces t-shirts that speak to the past but look great in the present; which is very different than trying to speak to the future and look great in the past, which is what got Marty McFly into all that trouble at Prom.
Lancaster’s designs highlight the life and times of guys like Muhammad Ali, Bruce Lee, Evel Knievel, Vancity’s own green grandpa, David Suzuki; music icons like Elvis and Snoop Dogg; booze brands like Bud, Coors, Colt 45, Carling Black Label, and even that old sports league you may have forgotten about called the NHL.
Lancaster also has a hankering for martial arts with original tees shining a light on fight styles like Taekwondo, Wrestling, Russian Sambo, Muy Thai, and Israeli Krav Maga.
Now, you might be thinking, this is all fine, but do they have one shirt to match your Movember mustache? The answer is no. They have six. These shirts make up their Movember and Sons line and include one killer shirt that features a stache rocking Bruce Lee, who of course had the sixth C, making the other five C’s redundant.
Lancaster also produces some pretty badass short documentaries in partnership with many of the icons they feature, so be sure to check out their YouTube channel.