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Wolf Patch Large Lone Wolf Howling Moon and Feathers - 12x12 inch

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  • 12x12 inch
  • Embroidered Biker Back Patch for Leather Jackets and Vests
  • 100% Rayon Thread Synthetic Embroidery. Plastic Backing with Japanese Iron on Glue. Velvet Fabric.
  • Decorate the Back of Your Riding Vest with a Large Patch
  • Sew on the Patch to Leather Jackets or Vests. Iron on the Patch to Denim Materials.
  • Features Plastic Iron on Backing. Heat Press at 270 Degrees Fahrenheit for 12-30 Seconds
  • Clean Cut Embroidered Borders for Easy Sewing

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Color Yellow / Gray / Red / Black
Dimension 12x12 inch
Product Type Embroidered Biker Back Patch for Leather Jackets and Vests
Material 100% Rayon Thread Synthetic Embroidery. Plastic Backing with Japanese Iron on Glue. Velvet Fabric.
Rating Everyone
Copyright Number VA0002104773
Comments Decorate the Back of Your Riding Vest with a Large Patch
Iron on Instructions To properly iron on the patch temperature is important and must be between 260-280 Degrees Fahrenheit. 30 Seconds of applied pressure at the correct temperature is needed using a household iron. 12 Seconds is enough if using a heat press.
Tips for Ironing on Patch Plug in iron. Crank it to highest setting. Place iron on top of your garment with a frying pan thermometer sandwiched between iron and garment to start the preheating process. Once temperature reaches 280 Degrees Fahrenheit unplug your iron. Temperature will continue to rise and then start to decline. Once it declines to 280 Degrees Fahrenheit, Slide the iron, place your patch and put the iron on top of your patch and press as hard as you can for 30 seconds without moving the iron around. Do not mess with the patch until it has completely cooled down. Do not iron on patches to Leather or Nylon!
Application Sew on the Patch to Leather Jackets or Vests. Iron on the Patch to Denim Materials.
Backing Features Plastic Iron on Backing. Heat Press at 270 Degrees Fahrenheit for 12-30 Seconds
Borders Clean Cut Embroidered Borders for Easy Sewing
Fabric Velvet
Uses Sew it on to center back of Leather Jackets, Vests or Shirts.
Patch Style Artwork with Text
SKU PL3968

Product Description - Wolf Patch Large Lone Wolf Howling Moon and Feathers

Lone Wolf Howling at the Moon Large Back Patch is embroidered in Yellow / Gray / Red / Black. Measures 12x12 inches. The patch can be sewn or ironed on. Do not iron on patches to leather or nylon material.

In the world of biking, patches on vests and jackets are usually worn to show that the wearer belongs to a motorcycle club. Each club has its own patch and wearing this helps other members to recognize each other and makes a statement to the general public. Bikers are proud of their clubs and wear their patches with pride. But not all bikers want to be associated with clubs and they wear a patch such as the lone wolf patch to show this.

The whole idea of MC clubs and their unique insignia grew up in the 1950s as a form of rebellion against authority and a rejection of the monopoly control of the American Motorcyclist Association. Because these new clubs were not recognized by the AMA and because the media regularly portrayed biker communities as lawless, these clubs and their members became known as outlaws. Why they drew so much adverse media attention can be traced back to an incident in Hollister, California in 1947, when approximately 500 lone or 'rebel' bikers (i.e. not affiliated to the AMA) disrupted an AMA sponsored rally by drinking beer and racing rowdily around the streets. Angry local citizens, outnumbering the tiny police force of the area, took the law into their own hands. In retaliation to their vigilante behavior, the bikers banded together and ran amok. From then on they were labeled as social pariahs, or outlaws.

In biker terminology, the lone wolf patch represents someone who embraces the biker lifestyle, but chooses not to ride with any club. He could share all the same values as outlaw gang members, but still prefer to retain the freedom to make his own decisions rather than abiding by specific club rules. Someone who wears a lone wolf patch is a true free spirit and this is the statement his patch makes to the world. The symbolism of the lone wolf rider is so powerful that it was taken up by the highly popular Grand Theft Auto video game last year.

It was almost inevitable that lone rider clubs would spring up and there are many now with their own patches, including silent skulls, full moon, and the lone wolf patch. These grew out of a real need for bikers to show their solidarity to other like-minded individuals while at the same time proclaiming their free-spiritedness. Such clubs rarely charge membership fees or insist on members attending meetings. They simply hold get togethers or annual rallies where free-spirited bikers can come together if and when they please.

The lone wolf biker patches comes in a range of styles, perhaps the most striking being the three piece design (typical of outlaw patches), with the crescent shaped 'rocker' above and below the dramatic depiction of a wolf's head, in which the teeth are visible. These usually have 'Lone Wolf' on the top rocker, with either 'Free Spirit' or 'No Club' on the lower rocker. Other versions of the lone wolf patch show the wolf's head full on. This is effective as the piercing red eyes, the nose, and especially the fangs, stand out in relief against the white muzzle, surrounded by the darker areas of the head, ears and neck. Another effective and immediately recognizable design is the silhouette of a white wolf standing on the edge of a cliff or rock and baying at the moon.

Occasionally you can find a lone wolf patch which simply states the words 'lone wolf' and these may incorporate other colors instead of the usual black, white and red. The wording is simple and easy to read, even if the message is not as powerful as those patches reinforced with visual images.

Whether you are a lone wolf, no club biker or part of a regular community, your patch is your identity and tells the rest of the world who you are. It is not just a meaningless decoration, but something that represents ownership of responsibility and the integrity of the biker.

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