H-STREET PATREON

ALLIANCE DOG TAG

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  • Regular price $50.00


For the first time ever, we are offering for you to be part of the H-Street Familia as a Patreon Alliance member. By ordering the special H-Street Dog Tag Mark Logo necklace, you’ll get your name custom engraved on this iconic chain and a registration number engraved on it, which we’ll keep record of at H-Street headquarters. As a member, you’ll also get special deals on other stuff, as we build out this program. We can only do these 10 at a time, so if it’s not available, check back soon.

If you’re an avid supporter of H-Street and our rich history and legacy, then this is for you. The Dog Tag is a custom designed and cast sculpted in metal, with the classic H-Street Mark Logo. It comes with a classic silverized coated copper ball chain. It should last a lifetime, if you treat the Dog Tag as you would any fine jewelry.

It takes us a few weeks to do this, up to 6 and there’s a limit of the number of characters that you want in your name. 10 letters or less looks good, more can get too small for the engraving to really look great. In the order notes, please put your name or nickname as you’d like for it to read. As an example, “Tony Magnusson” does not fit well on this Dog Tag, he had to go with “Tony Mag” for his. If you do order and don’t indicate a preference, we will make it up. If you want a sample JPG, please indicate this is in the order notes too, we should be able to do that.

This is a custom designed and cast sculpted metal dog tag, with the classic H-Street Mark Logo necklace. It comes with a classic silverized coated copper ball chain. It should last a lifetime, if you treat the dog tag as you would any fine jewelry. It also has a laser engraved H-Street logo on the back.

The Mark Logo is one of the classic logos in skateboarding and stands for the legacy of H-Street as an innovative brand in both products and skateboarding culture. It was originally designed by renowned H-Street artist Francesco Jekill Albertini in the 80’s and has been central to all H-Street design and graphics since then.