November 9th marks the 25th anniversary of arguably the greatest Hip-Hop album ever released by a rap group, the highly-regarded rap classic Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) by none other than Wu-Tang Clan. Many fans of the collective will be celebrating in their own way, but those living in New York City will be able to celebrate alongside Footaction with some really fly Wu Wear merch.

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As the flyer above shows, Wu Wear — one of the the group’s many lucrative hustles outside of rap — is linking with the sportswear retailer for a three-day Footaction NY33 Pop Up Series. From Nov 8 – 10, the 125 W 33rd street location in the heart of Manhattan will host a bunch of festivities, including customization booths, embroidery, painting and a commemorative cap-off celebration that may see a few familiar guests in attendance. See below for a breakdown of the events:

November 8, 2018
Heat Press Booth with Dee & Ricky, where Dee & Rick will heat press customization using notable lyrics from 36 chambers.
12 – 7pm

November 9, 2018
Embroidery Booth with The Griggs Brothers, Special embroidered customization on Wu Wear purchased items.
12 – 7pm

November 10, 2018
Custom Painting Booth with AWGE’s NYC artist, Hidji, live painting for the first 50-75 customers on a Wu 25th Anniversary poster and will also be live painting on a free standing canvas
12 – 7pm

Ending with an evening event Wu Celebration open to the first customers who purchase merchandise throughout the pop-up weekend Nov 8-10 will be invited to the Wu Wear celebration.

The merch itself will also be on board for purchase, which includes hoodies, tees, joggers and T-shirts that show Kung Fu-style motifs and signature branding that we know and love from the Wu.

Shop the collection right now through Footaction exclusively, and get a better look at each piece below:

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