Still looking for a way to show your Hub pride and support the victims of the Marathon bombing? Well, here's an updated rundown of some of our favorite tribute gear being sold to raise money for those affected by the tragedy.
Declaration's Boston Strong Tee The patriotic historical t-shirt designers (and former Stonehill roomies) at Declaration have just rolled out production on this gray "Boston Strong" short sleeve (pictured above) w/ handsome torch logo. Grab a closer look and order
Adidas' Boston Super Kicks at Bodega Originally sold by Adidas to support the Marathon back in 1984, these re-released three-stripe suede sneaks in the BAA's blue and yellow colorway are currently available at Bodega, with 100% of the proceeds going to the One Fund. See 'em, buy 'em
Regan Smith Clarke's Boston Brotherhood Tee Now available for pre-order, this white "Boston Brotherhood" crew neck from popular Hub designer Regan Smith Clarke is billed as "a monument to Boston's strength, compassion and character" and boasts the tagline: One State. One City. One People. Now be One of those people ordering it, right here
Boston Skyline Tee Designed by a couple of students at Wentworth (it's by the MFA, look it up!), this royal blue number rocks the slogan "Boston Strong" above the city's skyline and the date "April 15, 2013". They hoped to sell 40; they've sold 4500. Get in on the action here
'47 Brand's Boston Strong Sox Hat Put away that camo Sox cap you inexplicably purchased six years ago and snag '47s one-size adjustable that rocks the official Red Sox "B" above the word "Strong". Pre-order yours this very moment
Watertown Strong Tee Show your appreciation for the cops who were on the front line by sporting this navy short sleeve, the proceeds from which will go to the Watertown Police Foundation. Snag yours here
The Original Boston Strong Tee The shirt that started it all. Sales of this Emerson student-designed "Boston Strong" royal & yellow tee have hit the 47,000 mark. Be number 47,001 by ordering yours now
Uncommon Green's Boston Strong Marathon Map Pint Hand-etched with a map of the marathon route, this pint glass from Southie-based product designer Uncommon Green also denotes the coordinates of the race's starting line and the date of the first Marathon, April 19th, 1897. Add it to your collection of possibly-stolen pint glasses now
This Is Our F*&%ing City Tee As you might have expected, the crew at Barstool Sports have turned Big Papi's defiant shout-out-heard-round-the-world into a handsome, if not tough to wear to church, knit jersey tee which you absolutely want to own
Adidas' Boston Stands As One Tee Fittingly priced at $26.20, the initial batch of limited edition grey heather tribute shirts from one of the Marathon's official sponsors reportedly sold out in the first day. There are more though, one of which you can obtain here.