True story: One of my undergrad college professors gave me the nickname “Sarge.” That’s short for “sergeant” for those of you not up on game. It wasn’t because I had military experience or because I was some type of loud-mouthed leader. It had to do with my style. (Or lack thereof.)
Back when you could cop 4-for-$20 camo t-shirts from Champs Sports, in any size up to 3-4XL, I consistently rocked camouflage. Lived for it. It was my go-to choice. I still remember it being my pick for the first day of classes my freshman year. If you want to know how far things have changed since then, that day I wore a tall, traditional camo t-shirt (probably 4XL), with black jean shorts, black-on-black Air Force 1s, and a matching bandana. I possessed the unique ability to always feel fresh even when I wasn’t, even if I was wearing shirts longer than my shower curtains.
Camo will always be en vogue, however. In 2014 it still is, and now that we’re hitting the cold months it better be a part of your rotation. In New York City, cats all over the place are wearing camo. It helps you stay unique.
This week, we’re seeing yet another camouflage edition of the Nike Roshe Run releasing at Champs Sports. While everyone should be able to pull off the Roshe Run without much help considering it’s one of the most versatile shoes of all time, you could probably use some help wearing camo. So here we are ready to teach you East Coast cats How to Wear Camo in New York City.
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