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Warpaint Int. Renegade Glow Oak pullover

Back side silkscreen on a Renegade Glow Oak Jersey
Back side silkscreen on a Renegade Glow Oak Jersey

Here is an XXL Renegade Glow Oak pullover from the mid 1990s. The sleeves have unfortunately been cut off but on the bright side (well since it’s glow oak the entire jersey is bright!) the back is silkscreened for Warpaint International.

Back side silkscreen on a Renegade Glow Oak Jersey
Back side silkscreen on a Renegade Glow Oak Jersey

Warpaint International is, I believe, Warpaint is Dan Bonebrake’s company and Warpaint partners with Sniperz Den to host Super Game bi annually. Red text at base reads, “we ain’t blow in’ smoke.”

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