This Move crewneck makes me go back in memory lane like no other. Everybody knows that hip hop is the music of choice when it comes to the crew of this great retail shop. What they probably don’t know is that when I was 16 I had the chance to see this hardcore punk band from Bristol called Amebix that had a joint called “No Gods No Masters” whose hook said: “Your God is your chain. Reject your God, reject your system. Do you really want your freedom?”. Desperate times, desperate measures? Move posse had enough with cool slogans and like true revolutionaries they thought that the time has come to wake people up. So on this No Gods No Masters Claim crewneck that Move logo originally designed by Luca Barcellona gets and anarchic A where the O was. On the back in Old English font screen printed in big letters you have its claim that graphically is an evident tribute to the Rock Steady crew logo. As you can see from these pictures of Paola T the item that we are talking about is not lacking in details, from the front and back print to the label on the hem, this item makes you send out a message without forgetting crucial details. Dress with finesse at the right quality/price rate, because Move has all the goodies when it comes to its own collection. Go pay this store a visit in Verona because it’s a multi sensorial experience rather than a shopping spot, but if you can’t don’t worry: Move has an online shop that kills! Pictures courtesy of O’Graph.