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Clothing “Seen In” Sons of Anarchy (SOA) is Actually A Clothing Line Worn By Real Bikers
Chopt-up Apparel Has Been In The Show Itself And Was Designed In NorCal “By Bikers for Bikers”
Unlike many companies that market cheap foreign-made “activewear”
In addition to the ¾ sleeve “Reaper Jacket,” all of Chopt-up Industries active-wear apparel is currently on sale. This includes American-Made biker vests in Italian Leather and durable cotton, as well as t-shirts, shorts, and other gift ideas.
“Anything in our clothing line makes a thoughtful gift idea for fans of SOA,” says the founder and owner of Chopt-up. “We were honored that the FX Network chose our apparel to appear in the television show. Few companies can make this claim.”
Chopt-up Industries concept started in 2005. As Bay Area motorcycle riders themselves, they saw a lot of people taking jackets and just chopping them up into “3/4 sleeve” jackets. This “chopped” style has been a mainstay in the Bay Area biker scene and pretty much the rest of California for quite some time. Chopt-up Industries wanted something that was stylish, American-Made and a jacket you can wear either on your bike or just as a day-to-day jacket. So they started producing jackets that were already “chopped.”
Chopt-up Industries is a privately owned company located in Oakland, California, and is not part of the FX Network.
To take advantage of this unique sale, simply visit http://www.chopt-
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About Chopt-up Industries: Our jackets were worn by the cast of Sons of Anarchy during the 3rd season, episodes 6-10. After the 3rd season, one of our jackets that was worn by an original cast member sold for $3,050 in an auction. Also, our jackets can be seen worn by Rockstars from Sully of Godsmack to Zoltan of Five Finger Death Punch. Our jackets can also been seen worn by Chuck "Frankie Diamonds" Zito from Sons of Anarchy, Rappers Big B and Chucky Chuck of DGAF. We also did a special edition Chopt-up jacket for Five Finger Death Punch for their tour and album, American Capitalist. The concept for this jacket came from a collaboration between Chopt-up Industries and Zoltan of Five Finger Death Punch . The jacket was unveiled during their show at The Warfield in San Francisco, CA on October 16th, 2011.