I Am Human Crewneck

I Am Human Crewneck

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Design Story:

Inside the letters features a young Leonard Peltier. Leonard Peltier was a bold and resilient Indigenous activist and member of the American Indian Movement. Born in North Dakota in 1944, Peltier grew up amid poverty and discrimination against Indigenous peoples, which fueled his passion for social justice. He became involved with AIM in the 1970s and quickly rose to prominence as a leader in the organization's fight for Indigenous rights, self-determination, and to end police brutality against Native communities.

Despite being wrongfully convicted of killing two FBI agents on the Pine Ridge Reservation in 1975, Peltier remained authentic and socially-conscious in his efforts to raise awareness about the experiences of urban Indigenous individuals and communities. He spent over four decades in prison, becoming a symbol of resilience and strength in the face of systemic injustice. Even while incarcerated, Peltier remained committed to highlighting the importance of cultural preservation and advocating for social justice. Through his life, Peltier celebrated Indigenous cultures’ beauty and resilience, personifying the values that Red Rebel Armour encompasses.


  • Cultural Connection: Embrace community spirit and cultural pride with each wear.
  • Everyday Comfort: Stay confident and comfortable throughout your day.
  • Storytelling Apparel: Share the significance of Indigenous artwork and traditions.
  • Eco-Friendly Prints: Soft, sustainable prints with eco-friendly ink.
  • Versatile Style: Transition seamlessly from casual to formal settings.
  • Family & Friends: Enjoy cozy moments with loved ones in ultimate comfort.


  • Functional Design: Featuring double-needle stitching, a moon patch with ribbed cuffs and a ribbed waistband.
  • Premium Fabric: 70% SoftLume combed and ring-spun cotton, & 30% polyester fleece with 100% SoftLume combed and ring-spun cotton-face. 
  • 32 single
  • 8.25 oz

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    Reasons to wear


    Yes, you can! Our products are made by Indigenous artists for everyone and that includes you.

    Also, it's cultural appreciation when you buy from an Indigenous-owned business.

    All of our products feature unisex sizing and are designed to provide a comfortable fit. You can confidently select your regular size, as it should fit the way you like.