Molon Labe Pullover Hoodie - Greek Text
The front of this screen printed pullover hooded sweatshirt features the Greek phrase "Molon Labe" in the same style writing that can be seen on the Leonidas monument at Thermopylae. The back features our small OG logo.Product Details:
- Printed on a Gildan pullover hooded sweatshirt.
- 50% cotton, 50% polyester
- Preshrunk fleece knit.
- Pouch pocket.
- Lined hood.
- Classic fit. True to size.
- 8 Oz weight.
Designed and screen printed by The Three Percenter right here in the USA.
About the Molon Labe phrase:
Molon Labe, meaning come and take, was the defiant response of King Leonidas of Sparta to Xerxes of Persia when Xerxes demanded that the Greeks lay down their arms and surrender at the Battle of Thermopylae. The original Greek phrase and its English translation are often heard from pro-Second Amendment activists as a defense of the right to keep and bear arms.
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