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About Friend or Foe

Show some love for the artists who defined modern music with one of these soft, slim tees from the L.A. clothing label Friend or Foe. Founded in 2006, Friend or Foe features a collection of T-shirts celebrating John Coltrane, Muddy Waters, Lightnin’ Hopkins, John Lee Hooker and many other legends. As any true music fan knows, despite rock’s undeniable popularity and appeal, jazz, blues, and soul musicians were the real trailblazers. Rest assured that Friend or Foe’s shirts and other wares look just as good as the music that inspired them sounds.

Past Sales Featuring Friend or Foe

Sale Ended January 21, 2012

Final Few: Up to 70% Off

Once in a great while, we wind up with some items that haven't found their way to a good home. It’s tragic, we know. But don't worry, there’s a silver lining. We’re offering them to you — at steeper-than-ever discounts — so we can make way for new gear. We’ve only got a few of each item in stock, so move fast.

Sale Ended September 06, 2011

Labor Day Sale

This sale's got everything a guy could need for the Labor Day holiday—on the sartorial front, at least. Hitting the beach? We’ve got trunks for the daytime and easygoing sweaters for the evening chill. Staying dry? Smart trousers and button-downs should do the trick. Just remember: Burgers and drinks are up to you.

Sale Ended November 10, 2011

Friend or Foe

Any true fan knows that jazz, blues, and soul musicians were the real trailblazers of modern music. So show some love for the guys that helped define today's airwaves with one of these soft, slim tees from Friend or Foe. They feature a slew of iconic album covers, and they look as good as the music that inspired them sounds.

Sale Ended September 05, 2011

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