Gear Seven Samurai Who Wore Hoodies Industry News February 8, 2017 Join the Conversation Anachrobellum has released a limited run of Modern Budō hoodies. The Oklahoma-based apparel company takes warrior archetypes from history (samurai, vikings, colonial scouts of the Rogers' Rangers era, etc.) and jocks them up in modern gear. That's how you get a samurai in traditional kabuto with GPNVG-18s and a suppressed SCAR, or a Roman centurion with mags and frags hanging on his phalerae harness. According to the company, this design has consistently been their most popular modernized warrior exemplar. This is possibly due to its historical significance, but likely also because of Marc Lee's badass artwork. (Read more in this article on OFFGRID.) You can see some imagery of the t-shirts below and patches below. You can find the Modern Budō Hoodie online here if you are so inclined. It's available in any color you want as long as that's black. Anachrobellum is on Facebook, /Anachrobellum/, and on Instagram, @anachrobellum. We're not sure what this is, but we like it. Needs moar armor. Here's what we know. Industry News: Seven Samurai Who Wore Hoodies Tulsa, OK based Anachrobellum Apparel has released a limited run of black Gildan 8oz hoodies featuring a SOF-equipped Modern Budō samurai. The samurai, in full traditional armor, has been further armed with an EOTech-topped Mk17, a breaching shottie, NODs, S&S Precision Manta strobe and numerous other pieces of contemporary doorkicker kit. Among those who've worn these hoodies*: 1. Maeda Keiji 2. Taira no Kiyomori 3. Shimazu Yoshihisa 4. Date Masamune Wut? 5. Uesugi Kenshin 6, Nakano Takeko 7. Tomoe Gozen Says Anachrobellum spokesman Samurai Futaba, “This hoodie has been a beloved part of the Modern Budō ethos since Maeda Keiji wore one while fighting Baragon from atop Matsukaze in the Ogasawara Guntō. Others who have warn this superb and comfortable garment include Taira no Kiyomori, Shimazu Yoshihisa, Date Masamune (his was a gift from Tokugawa Leyasu), Uesugi Kenshin, Nakano Takeko, and the beautiful Tomoe Gozen. The Modern Budō Hoodie is a Gildan 8oz Heavy Blend available in sizes Small all the way up to 5XL.” *In the interest of full disclosure, though it should go without saying — this is complete bullshit. Just having a little fun here. Maeda Keiji never fought Baragon, either, or for that matter Godzilla. Industry News. What are you seeing here? Just as the tagline reads — industry news. This is a product (or service) announcement. It is not an endorsement. It is not a review. It is not an advertisement. Posts on RECOILweb.com labeled as Industry News are advisory notifications only. Information contained therein is likely provided by the individual manufacturer (or service provider), provided to RW and passed along to our readers as a notification only. Such articles do not represent our tacit approval, nor (unless labeled SPONSORED) were they paid for. RECOIL publishes not just for a fraction of the gun-owning community, but all of it. Individual editorial staff member opinions are not the sole arbiter of what news we present. What one person derides, another will extol. One of RECOIL's responsibilities is to inform readers of new products or services from manufacturers, training organizations, and the like. RECOIL readers have made it very clear this is something they want to see, and frequently. Some of those products will be chosen for further coverage or evaluation. Some will not. Some may have great promise or potential. Others will do nothing but prove the old adage, A fool and his money are soon parted. Readers should form their own conclusions, if appropriate. Rest assured if a member of the RECOIL staff is providing an opinion, you will know about it. If you are aware of a new technology, product, or service you think is worth us passing along, reach out to [email protected] with details. Explore RECOILweb:The Roar of Silence: New Badassery from SureFireSights for my GlockRECOIL.tv Road Show 2020 - Walther Q4 Steel FrameWhat's the deal with CMP 1911s?