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OneEnglishNorman
Wednesday, November 15th, 2006, 08:01 PM
Nice casualwear, T-shirts etc, for the patriotic (or transplanted Anglo-Saxons wherever they reside):

http://www.goodnorth.com (http://www.goodnorth.com/)

http://www.digitalgravel.com/%5CdgImages%5Cproducts%5CBigPic%5C9382.j pg
http://www.digitalgravel.com/%5CdgImages%5Cproducts%5CBigPic%5C8756.j pg
http://www.digitalgravel.com/%5CdgImages%5Cproducts%5CBigPic%5C9104.j pg
http://www.digitalgravel.com/%5CdgImages%5Cproducts%5CBigPic%5C8754.j pg
http://www.digitalgravel.com/%5CdgImages%5Cproducts%5CBigPic%5C6931.j pg

Wear this one on St. Patricks Day :)

http://www.digitalgravel.com/%5CdgImages%5Cproducts%5CBigPic%5C8755.j pg

Allenson
Wednesday, November 15th, 2006, 09:15 PM
I've been meaning to ask what the impetus behind the 'One True Saxon' thing is... I mean, do you think that there's a nationalist theme?

Maybe the blacks and whatnot will start wearing the line like some whites wearing FUBU stuff. ;)

Carl
Wednesday, November 15th, 2006, 10:30 PM
I begin to wonder what it does for Skadi ?

Sigurd Volsung
Wednesday, November 15th, 2006, 10:36 PM
I've seen various football casuals wear this brand of clothing; I admit it looks nice, but it's no Stone Island :)

Thruthheim
Wednesday, November 15th, 2006, 10:38 PM
I used to have a OneTrueSaxon t-shirt, looked pretty nice, but I don't think anyone reading it thought anything of it. Neither did I at the time.

Theudiskaz
Wednesday, November 15th, 2006, 10:45 PM
I had actually run across that brand before while searching for Anglo-Saxon stuff on the net. Most of their clothing doesn't seem to have any immediate connection to Saxons or Anglo-Saxons. Of course some it does as can be seen in OneFrenchSaxon's post below. I like this shirt.
http://www.digitalgravel.com/%5CdgImages%5Cproducts%5CBigPic%5C9104.j pgThe image of a Huscarl bent over a weary, diminutive pony is funny, because if I remember correctly, archaeologists uncovered a bunch of pony-sized horseshoes at the site of Stamford bridge, suggesting the English army had ridden these poor animals all the way to Yorkshire to meet Tostig and Hardrada. I'm sure Oswiu could tell us more.;)

Thruthheim
Wednesday, November 15th, 2006, 11:33 PM
This one is sort of Identity based perhaps. Off the website.


http://i9.tinypic.com/47ce1zt.jpg

Theudiskaz
Wednesday, November 15th, 2006, 11:38 PM
And what would 'Northsize' mean? :D To me that looks like Scotland anyway.

Oswiu
Thursday, November 16th, 2006, 01:56 AM
http://www.digitalgravel.com/%5CdgImages%5Cproducts%5CBigPic%5C8756.j pg
I like this one! :D


I a bunch of pony-sized horseshoes at the site of Stamford bridge, suggesting the English army had ridden these poor animals all the way to Yorkshire to meet Tostig and Hardrada. I'm sure Oswiu could tell us more.;)
I was only a lickle lad, at the time, Theudy! :P

http://i9.tinypic.com/47ce1zt.jpg

And what would 'Northsize' mean? :D To me that looks like Scotland anyway.
But see how all to the south of the Clyde - Forth isthmus is a different colour? That's roughly the extent of Northumbrian rule in the region [give or take a few pockets by the Clyde].

Isn't this all based on some kind of institute of education, or summat? That's the impression I get.

Carl
Thursday, November 16th, 2006, 12:32 PM
Yes I also noticed the map of Scotland - divided up in a cunning way - as if history itself was being worn!!
Ah , these ancient roots...........