From 80s hair bands to the hair of Jason Priestly, folks tend to get waaay nostalgic about fairly dubious phenomenons of the recent past -- but when's the last time Priestly Gorilla Press Drop'd Brian Austin Green? Since the answer is never, get your nostalgia from Breezy Excursion.
From the mean streets of San Jose, Breezy's a beyond-sweet line of limited-edition tees, sweatshirts, and fitteds emblazoned with gone-but-never-forgotten heroes from the WWF and NBA, one of which may be real. Their freshest designs channel wrestling's heyday: one tee's got a fists-clenched Ultimate Warrior on front and "SHAKING THE ROPES AND BEATING FOLKS" on back, another features The Rockers airborne over highlighter yellow, and a third boasts a colorfully toonish Macho Man Randy Savage eloquently underscored by "OHHH YEAH!" -- be careful while wearing in 7-11s, as it's been known to trigger Pavlovian Slim Jim responses. Vintage-ish NBA-themed action also abounds, like a black & white print of MJ and Bird with "off the expressway/over the river...nothing but net" text, a fitted cap in Hornets colors bearing Grandmama Larry Johnson (w/ floral dress print underbrim), plus the "Fall From Greatness" tee, with a sad, decrepit, crutches-bound Lil' Penny, who's just doing his best Big Penny.
Also on the hoops tip, some designs play off the Eastern/Western conference logos, while another bunch of tees, crewneck sweatshirts, and lids pay homage to the Monstars from Space Jam -- a fairly dubious phenomenon that makes those who see it nostalgic for the time when they hadn't.