This Klux Busters jacket is the perfect way to show your support for klux buster. Even if you're not part of the KKK, this Klux Buster Jacket will give off a cool vibe. The black and white color scheme makes it easy to match with other clothes in your closet or wear as a statement piece. It's also great for those who are looking to stand out from the crowd.
Why Klux Busters
This Klux Buster jacket is inspire from the idea of an all-inclusive design company. Craft with A Grade Material Durable Double Stitching. with world wide free shipping and 30 days return. We realized that customer could find inexpensive clothes in discount stores but never high quality threads at retail or online shops unless they were designer pieces with a high price tag. Lacking are places where people who aren't concerned about spending too much money on clothes can get something they'll be happy with right off the rack and feel great about wearing it.
Klux kross busters are a group of antiracism activists that work hard to eliminate racism. They do this through a variety of different methods such as by protesting against racist organizations and speaking out about the issues that they are facing.
Available for All Men Sizes.
External: Cotton Denim Fabric
Internal: Polyester / Faux Shearling Lining
Closure: YKK Zipper Closure
Collar: Shirt Style Collar
Cuffs: Rib Knitted / Buttoned Cuffs
Sizes start from EXTRA SMALL XS S M L , XL 2XL 3XL 4XL 5XL , Custom Size Available.
Introduction about KKK
The Ku Klux Klan is a secret group that has been around in America for over 150 years. It's not just an organization that people join, they're born into it. If you have the same last name as your parent or grandparents, then you are most likely related to one of these men. The KKK is known for its violence and racism against African Americans, Jews and Catholics during the 20th century. They've committed many murders and lynchings of innocent black people who were targeted because of their skin color.
The first time this secret society was mentioned in print was 1867 when Confederate veterans created social clubs throughout Tennessee after the Civil War ended. These groups soon became popular across the South among those who wanted to continue oppressing blacks.