Raekwon Polo Ralph Lauren Snow Beach Hat and Poncho, Signed
In 1994 Raekwon wore a Polo Ralph Lauren Snow Beach pullover in the “Can It Be All So Simple” video, making the clothing line an instant classic. This prize features the Snow Beach Cold Wave fitted hat, size large, and Snow Beach poncho. Bringing you that 1993 Exoticness, both the hat and the poncho are signed by the Chef.
Method Man adidas Forum Mid x Def Jam 25th Anniversary Sneaker, Signed
This special edition of the classic adidas Forum was released in 2009 in celebration of Def Jam Records’ 25th anniversary. Autographed by Method Man, the shoe features Meth’s upside down Wu-Tang logo on the heel counter, a yellow/green/black Jamaican flag-referencing colorway (perhaps in honor of Meth’s favorite Jamaican export??), and his image and name on the tongue.
DJ Mathematics Traktor Z2 Mixer from Show, Signed
Have you ever dreamed of being the Wu-Tang Clan’s DJ? With DJ Mathematics’ Traktor Z2 Mixer, you can recreate the Wu-Tang touring experience in your own home. This autographed mixer comes from the personal collection of DJ Math, and includes control vinyl and computer software.
Inspectah Deck Wu-Wear Wu-Tang Clan Baseball Jersey, Signed
This one-of-a-kind Wu-Wear Baseball Jersey includes yellow piping along the front, collar, and arms of the jersey, “Wu-Tang Clan” and “36” embroidered lettering, the iconic “W” patch on the left sleeve, and the name “Deck” and number “36” on the back. This item is also signed by Inspectah Deck.
Masta Killa Clarks Wallabee shoes worn by Masta Killa and Signed Shoebox
Clarks Wallabee shoes are a staple of the Wu-Tang Clan’s sartorial mythology. This pair was worn by Masta Killa at the Wu-Tang Clan’s headlining performance at Art Basel in 2017. A shoebox, signed by Masta Killa, is included.
U-God worn Jacket from the Wu-Tang Clan/Rage Against the Machine Tour signed, U-God Wu-Wear Football Jersey signed, and pre-release copy of Raw: My Journey Into the Wu-Tang, Signed
These items tell the story of Wu-Tang Clan’s rise from the slums of Shaolin. U-God’s worn and signed jacket from the infamous 1997 Rage Against The Machine/Wu-Tang Clan tour represents the Wu’s irruption into a global, cultural phenomenon. U-God’s signed Wu-Wear football jersey further demonstrates the group’s cultural command. And finally, U-God also includes a pre-release copy of his upcoming memoir, Raw: My Journey Into the Wu-Tang, officially releasing in March, providing at look back at the emergence of hip-hop’s greatest group.
GZA Brazil Jersey Worn on Stage, Signed
This Nike Brazil National Team 2012 home soccer jersey was worn in concert by the GZA, during his first-ever trip in Brazil. It is also signed.
Ghostface Killah worn and signed Wu-Wear Hoodie, Ghostface Killah Cherchez La Ghost Hoodie, Signed
Ghostface offers two unique prizes. The first, an official Wu-Wear hoodie, worn and signed by Tony Starks, himself. The burgundy hoodie features a white Wu-Tang chest logo and white stripes on the sleeves. The second prize is truly rare: one of only two yellow and black colorblock Cherchez La Ghost hoodies in existence, signed. Definitely worthy for those that support Shaolin’s finest.
Wu-Tang Clan Original Black Basketball Jersey and Matching Shorts
The priceless prizes conclude with one of only six black basketball jersey and matching shorts sets made exclusively for the Wu-Tang members. The short-sleeved jersey features a white with yellow trim “Wu-Tang” embroidered lettering, black “Wu” logos on a white field on the sleeves, and black and yellow trim on the collar, cuffs, and the hem. The shorts include the black and yellow trim along the waistband and cuffs, and the black “Wu” logos on white field on both legs. This is that straight Wu-Wear stash.