Show your support for a voluntary society and the nonaggression axiom of liberty with our original "I believe in a voluntary society" design hoodies designed by Dan McCall.
The design sports a voluntaryist flag, which is a variation of historical flags associated with movements of anti statism and anarchism. Sometimes called the "ANCAP" flag, the banner waves across the center in gold and black, with the the motto "Universalize Nonviolence" at bottom. The design has become a popular image of activists and liberty lovers across the world since its inception years ago.
A sporty hoodie with a soft inside. The iconic zip hoodie you see Silicon Valley big shots wearing - the understated yet classic look, giving off a youthful vibe.
• Flex Fleece (50% Polyester / 50% Cotton Fleece) construction
• Metal zipper
• Hooded with White finished Polyester drawcord
• Kangaroo pocket
• Unisex size – women may prefer to order one size smaller
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