Sometimes it just makes sense to transition one's charitable efforts into a for-profit business -- specifically now, after it's come out that One was basically doing that the whole time anyway. For slick Cali duds from a previously non-profit, check out Ambsn.
Originally started by two San Clemente dudes as a generous fundraising effort to help pay a fallen friend's medical bills, Ambsn's just dropped a bright summer-ready grip of boardshorts, tees, and tanks that're unapologetically for profit, though not for prophet, as Isaiah's upper arms actually burn quite easily. New tees range from the slim fit "Mess" (with their company name sloppily painted on a pallet) to the cleaner "Contrast" with a purple chest pocket against a green base, while arm-baring comes via the two-tone "Topper Tank", or the eye-catching, white/blue/yellow/green striped "Popsicle Tank", also what Louie Anderson agrees to get dunked in for charity at the fair, or even if he's just home alone. So you can look rad shirtless, they've got trunkery from the retro-tessellated, drawstring-waisted "Gills", to the kaleidoscopic "Comb" with a contrast-blue back pocket, to the floral'd out "Trip Baggie" cut extra short to "maximize both shred & bronze", or what execs at iniquitous investment banks call "a productive vacation".
For those with the stones/ upper thighs to rock them, the shorts collection's highlighted by a conversation-starting pair printed all over with lions, tigers, and grizzly bears, and dubbed "Kings", which's also what all these One workers were apparently living like this whole time.