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Nasty Boys Short Sleeve T Shirt

Nasty Boys back Silkscreen logo close up
Nasty Boys back Silkscreen logo close up

I found this Nasty Boys shirt from the early 1990s a few weeks back. I’ve always wondered about Nasty Boys and who was behind the company but I’ve never really been able to locate any details.

Nasty Boys Short Sleeve T Shirt from the early 1990s, front side
Nasty Boys Short Sleeve T Shirt from the early 1990s, front side

Recently, Erick Lambarri, who grew up playing paintball in the San Diego area, saw a photo of this shirt I posted on Instagram and mentioned the name Stanley Burgis.

Back of Nasty Boys T Shirt
Back of Nasty Boys T Shirt

Erick mentioned that Burgis also operates Mr Paintball out of Escondido and that Colin Thompson of Lapco Paintball worked for Burgis for a while in the mid 1990s between Paintball Connection and other jobs.

Nasty Boys front Silkscreen logo close up
Nasty Boys front Silkscreen logo close up

In the late 1980s and early 1990s Nasty Boys introduced a variety of injection molded paintball items including one early variation of a bulk feed loader and their own nicely styled tubes (which may have been the same mold that was later used on the Fat Boy tubes). Nasty Boys also produced a line of soft goods including headcovers (worn under masks) and harnesses.

Tag detail on Nasty Boys Black Short Sleeve T Shirt
Tag detail on Nasty Boys Black Short Sleeve T Shirt

I’ve reached out to a Stanley Burgis on LinkedIn but have yet to hear back. If you have more details on the history of Nasty Boys please post what you remember.

Find more paintball history on Nasty Boys here.

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