The Forever Takeoff Hoodie is crafted with 100% heavyweight cotton and arrives as an oversized fit. Offered in only one option of black, the piece features the Legends branding and the phrase “Strongest Link in the World” in front, while the back and sleeves highlight Takeoff’s birth year in Roman numerals, infinity links insignias and the logo of The Rocket Foundation — the newly-established charitable organization focusing on violence prevention that celebrates the life and legacy of Takeoff.
“The Foundation’s mission is to invest in and elevate proven community violence interventions and positive alternatives for young people, and build a platform for influential leaders to fight against daily violence in our cities and neighborhoods,” Quavo said in a statement. “The Rocket Foundation has made investments in four powerful initiatives: Community Justice Action Fund, Hope Hustlers, Live Free, and the Offenders Alumni Association. We believe these groups will help interrupt the cycle of violence in Atlanta and put young people on a positive trajectory.”
In addition to the hoodie and the reveal of The Rocket Foundation, Quavo announced that all the contributions and proceeds of the upcoming Huncho Day, which takes place on April 29, will be directed to the foundation. This year, Quavo’s Team Huncho will compete against Captain Jalen Ramsey’s Team Ramsey and will include include the likes of host Ronnie2K, Gucci Mane, D’Andre Swift, Patrick Surtain, Zion Clark, Xavier McKinney, Marlon Humphrey, Bradley Chubb, 2Chainz, Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson, Taylor Rooks, Kyle Pitts and more.
The Legends x Quavo Forever Takeoff Hoodie is available now on the Legends webstore for $140 USD, with proceeds heading to the foundation.
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