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Odd Future Merch | Odd Future Fans Merchandise Store | Big Discount
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Odd Future Merch
A collection of Odd Future merch features a variety of products including tee shirts, sweaters and even a coach jacket. Many of the tees feature the OFWGKTA donut logo and other designs such as cats, dolphins and upside down crosses.

After gaining popularity among fans and the music industry the collective launched a clothing line that featured their bold branding and playful aesthetic. The OFWGKTA street wear clothing line includes t-shirts, sweaters and a coach jacket that features their 666 embroidered on the front. The donut-shaped symbol of the group is also featured on their hats, socks and stickers.

The group gained a loyal following for their quirky brand of art-damaged boom-bap hip hop. Although they are no longer touring together the artists that make up the collective have continued to release music and other projects. Tyler, the Creator has released three more albums, Frank Ocean has released two critically acclaimed albums and Earl Sweatshirt continues to produce his own music.

Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All, or OFWGKTA, was a rap collective that formed in Los Angeles in 2007. Their brash music and unconventional style rose to fame in the early 2010s, and they became known for their playful branding. Their merch is known for its bold graphics, making it a must-have for fans of the group.

OFWGKTA's members included Tyler, the Creator, Casey Veggies, Hodgy Beats, Left Brain and Jasper Dolphin, among others. They released mixtapes, albums and a series of videos that garnered them an internet following. They also created their own brands, including apparel and accessories under the Golf Wang name.

While they may not have been the first DIY rappers, their youthful persona injected a fresh wave of energy into rap and inspired a generation of young artists. Their use of stage dives and other punk signifiers set them apart from the drill scene and other distorted bass-heavy rappers. Their rhymes tended to get obscured in all the manic adolescent anarchy, but their cleverness and wordplay made them one of hip-hop's most jaw-dropping acts.