A new military-themed clothing line, called Match Grade Apparel, is giving back to military-related charities and I’m all about it. The founder, Alec Reisberg, is a veteran. Now, that’s enough to get me all-in, but there’s more. The clothes are part of a mission…to spread the importance of quality USA-made clothing and the need to do good. All Match Grade products are made in the U.S.A. and $1 of every item sold is donated directly to a family-run, military charity which rotates quarterly.
These clothes are dope. Plain and simple. The story behind it, the USA-made behind it, and the charitable component of it makes it hard to beat.
If this isn’t enough to get your support, I don’t know what is. Luckily enough, the gear looks pretty sweet, too. Match Grade currently offers three military-themed t-shirt designs for both men and women, all in various colors. Additional designs will be released each quarter. $1 of each product sold from April 1, 2016 – June 30, 2016 will be donated directly to the Cpl Chad E. Oligschlaeger Foundation for the Study of PTSD, whose mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of troop members suffering from stress, adversity and trauma encountered while serving their country.
I’m not honored enough to able to call myself a veteran, but you bet your a$$ that I love this country and all those who served and want to keep it going. This is a brand for me and it should be a brand for you, too.
Guy and the Blog was provided a shirt for the purpose of this review. All opinions and support expressed are 100% my own.