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CubADIDAS

Via Guamá (my translation):

Cubadidas

This beautiful Adidas cap is called the "Cuban," although it is available not only in olive green, but in other colors as well. Nevertheless, I do not think it will challenge the Che t-shirt for the number one spot.

For certain I expect the comrades at the Ideological Copyright department of Cuba's Revolutionary Armed Forces to take note since it is definitely manufactured by Adidas and not some artisan shop that paints t-shirts.

Or, could it be that the Germans have already paid the licensing fees?

1 comment to CubADIDAS

  • Gallardo

    From the frivolous Che t-shirts to the romantization of Havana's dystopian destruction Cuba's tragic misfortune has long been trivialized and sold as a joke, as a life style of sorts. As if trivializing the half a century long slavish and dystopian destruction of the unpardonable egomaniac wasn't enough, now we want to look like him...