We know we’re starting to sound like the boy who cried wolf, but the Front Blunt hat is back again.
Some of you will call it a cash-grab, but think of it a way of supporting the content we do, while also getting yourself a new colorway to confuse pedestrians and make those “in the know” smirk. We swear we have other new shit on the way for 2024, but had to bring this one back to squash all the random bootleggers.
Anyway, why worry about an expensive new haircut or stay awake late at night wondering if mullets are still cool. They’re not, but this hat is, and it doubles as a great icebreaker on an awkward first date, because nothings better than a one-sided conversation about Yeah Right! and the glory days of skateboarding.
For real though peeps, we hope you’re hyped on another chance to get your hands on one. This might, just might, be the last chance.
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