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"Caput Gerat Lupinum" Beanie

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The Latin phrase "Caput Gerat Lupinum" means "with the head of a wolf." In early European legal codes it was the mark of the outlaw, the expelled outsider who could be hunted and killed with impunity by anyone -- as if he were a wolf.

Today it has become the motto of the barbarian, the spiritual outlaw, the thought criminal living on the edges of the Empire of Nothing, who wears the head of a wolf proudly and defiantly. Better a wolf than another human "pet" enthralled to the powers that be.  

This snug black beanie is embroidered with "old gold" (not metallic or reflective) stitching, with a subtle black BRUTAL COMPANY insignia, 60% Cotton 40% Acrylic.

This item is shipped separately, and may not arrive at the same time as the rest of your order. It may arrive a few days later. 

For more on spiritual outlaws, barbarians and the Empire of Nothing, read "Becoming a Barbarian" by Jack Donovan.