Limited Edition Silver Foil Print
James Dean's 1955 Porsche 550 Spyder was immortalized as "The Little Bastard" when Dean Jeffries hand-painted James Dean's studio nickname onto the rear of the car, along with his racing number "130". The nickname was given to Jimmy by a studio head due to his obnoxious habit of racing around the studio lot on his 500cc Triumph motorcycle with an open exhaust which would have created a hell of a racket, disturbing all filming.
The 130 Little Bastard Porsche was James Dean's last drive into immortality. He is forever the Rebel.
This is our favorite winter adventure sweatshirt, as worn by the likes of Montgomery Clift and Marlon Brando. Team it with our Redline Selvedge denim and hit the beach from here to eternity.
Based on the classic 1940s U.S. military issue cold-weather sweatshirt. Equipped with a fully self-lined hood and a cord closure to secure during adverse weather conditions. Vertically sewn front pocket with taped edges for added strength. Four inch cuff and hem rib to secure garment snuggly to the wrists and body keeping out drafts. Heavy 20 oz terry that we custom knit here in Los Angeles from 90% cotton, 10% polyester. Garment dyed, ensuring even coloring.