In dark times, one harkens back to bygone days of yore -- like, say, 1984-'92, when neighbors didn't bother locking their doors, since Dan Rather said the killer bees would be attacking through the vents anyway. Revisit that special time, with Rocksmith.
Conceived in Tokyo and designed in NYC, Rocksmith's streetwear is visually influenced by the movies, music, and social trends of the mid '80s to early '90s (for gear influenced by the late '90s, try the Fred Durst-inspired line, "Cocksmith"). Tee-stalgia includes Kid 'N Play silhouettes, Humpty nose-glasses, and an LL Cool J album title (Bigger and Deffer) overlaying the album art from Def Leppard's Hysteria -- matchless authenticity, unless you know a shirt that comes with a porkpie hat and one armhole. Less explicit pieces include neon-colored hoodies and sweatshirts, reversible vests, and a high-sheen hoodie/jacket called the Uptown -- whose zip-off sleeves can be removed to impress Christie Brinkley, then reattached when she inevitably divorces you.
Rocksmith's gear tends to sell out fast, as evidenced by the nigh impossibility of landing their Cobra Kai varsity jacket -- a holdover from a time when no matter how deadly the insects, all your problems could be solved with a crane kick.