Saint Javelin unveiled a clothing collection dedicated to the courage and strength of Ukrainian military personnel.
The Ukrainian-Canadian brand Saint Javelin has created a new clothing collection dedicated to the courage and strength of Ukrainian military personnel. The collection can be purchased on the brand's website.
The face of the collection is 31-year-old veteran Nazar Grabar.
"Many American military personnel reached out to us, asking to create a T-shirt with the Saint Javelin, a symbol of Ukrainian resistance, which they could wear during their service," said the founder of the brand, Christian Boris.
The collection includes both casual wear and items suitable for foreign military personnel. For instance, a TAN499-colored shirt, commonly used for base layer clothing and officially approved by the U.S. Army.
Additionally, they have included a limited quantity of Saint Javelin figurines made from brass artillery shells, initially created for Ukrainian defenders as part of the Winter is Coming charity campaign.
Proceeds from the sale of figurines will be used to purchase tactical medical equipment as part of the Unite with Ukraine initiative by the World Congress of Ukrainians