Bruce Lee gave the world so much, from innovative fighting techniques, to mindblowing two-fingered pushups, to classic catchphrases like "Who's the master?"...oh, that was Bruce Leroy? And that wasn't even him who said it? Whatever, karate sucks. Or at least it did, before Bruce Lee Clothing came along
Peddled by the fine people at the martial-arts immortal's official website, Bruce Lee Clothing's a just-dropped line of tees and sweatshirts honoring the creator of Jeet Kune Do, aka, The Way of the Intercepting Fist, aka, something you should definitely not Google Image. For tees, it's one printed "Bruce Lee Is My Hero", with a silhouette of him looking nice and mean in the background, another reading "Jun Fan Gung Fu Institute" repping his first martial arts school in the US, and a red-on-darker-red number trumpeting "Jeet Kune Do" which silly people not in the know will mistake as a misspelled shout-out for Derek Jeter's pet raccoon, Do. For warmer duty, there's a deconstructed zip-up hoodie with frayed pockets and a beat-up "Bruce Lee" across the chest in black or heather grey, plus a classy grey crewneck "inspired by the ones that Bruce wore for his workouts in his own backyard", featuring an understated chest logo with Brandon's dad doing a flying kick that apes a Jordan Jumpman, which is the wrong thing to say to MJ when he's hanging out on the top of a building reflecting on his gambling losses
The shop's also got things that don't cover your shame, like collector's-item DVDs, a nice collection of Lee's books and posters, a lampshade with repeating pictures of him doing a flying kick, and even a 1000-piece puzzle, recalling yet another thing Bruce Lee gave the world: badass kung-fu movies that were a great distraction from boring puzzles.