Jackass Shirts Make Great Gifts
Premium jackass shirts make great presents for husbands, boyfriends or fathers and can make a lasting impression at birthdays, Valentine’s Day or Christmas parties.
Los Angeles-based brand Babylon recently collaborated with ViacomCBS Consumer Products and the Jackass crew on a capsule collection called Jackass Style featuring Johnny Knoxville’s green cardigan and an amber beanie with devil horns.
Early Life and Education
After MTV ended broadcasts of Jackass in 2002, its franchise quickly expanded into a media empire with spin-off shows Wildboyz, Viva La Bam, Homewrecker and Blastazoid; feature films released by Paramount Pictures (four featuring expanded DVD versions); mobile game; DVD collection of stunts not used on show as well as clothing lines and merchandise from its licensing partner Paramount.
People who internalize Jackass culture may struggle to sustain healthy relationships. They may see themselves either as the master who dictates everything or a slave with no feelings, unwilling to negotiate with others or open themselves up for negotiations with other parties involved in relationships – leading to isolation, or worse still, distancing themselves completely from other people – even friends and family members.
Jackass, an award-winning TV show that has been around for more than a decade and features various stunts and tricks, has inspired an equally popular line of merchandise based off its theme, such as apparel such as T-shirts, jackets and hoodies as well as jewelry and keychains bearing its logo – not forgetting plates, glasses and mugs that bear this signature of quality! The show has inspired an equally successful line of merchandise featuring this popular TV show; from apparel and accessories such as jackets and hoodies all the way up to home furnishings such as plates glasses and mugs featuring its theme!
CUSTOM DESIGN – This custom graphic tee features an original image in vibrant colors that has been professionally printed to ensure long-term print quality. Crafted from high-grade cotton material and featuring short sleeves that look and feel great for warm weather conditions.
Achievement and Honors
Babylon released a limited edition capsule collection to commemorate Jackass Forever and its cast of pranksters after 22 years, starting at $25 and up to $200. Items include green longline cardigan with white embroidery Jackass logo on front; printed chinos; T-shirts. Prices begin from $25 up to $200 for this exclusive offering from Babylon.
This Women’s Black T-Shirt with short sleeves is ideal for warm weather. The durable printing will stand up over time, while its soft fabric feels amazing against your skin. Officially licensed & 100% authentic – Make this fan apparel an ideal gift!
Celebrate your organization’s top achievers with this Jackass Trophy. Featuring a Golden Achievement Figure on top of a black base with an engraved plate, add extra plates around its base to make this trophy travel around for top achievers.
Jackass was created out of skate-culture shock videos, featuring an entertaining cast of misfits–such as clown college graduate Steve “O” and thong lover Chris Pontius–performing three-ring circus acts with Candid Camera-esque pranks and dares that instantly connected with MTV viewers and caused political figures to react violently. Something about its chaotic energy hooked viewers right away and propelled the show into ratings success while sending politicians into fits of laughter.
Jackass fans and those just curious alike can shop a wide selection of Jackass-related shirts and merchandise at the official Jackass Store, from T-shirts and hoodies to furniture, antiques and more! It may not be officially licensed; however, its quality products will likely please even diehard fans of the series.
Johnny Knoxville remains among the wealthiest members of Jackass, reportedly holding an estimated net worth of $50 Million.
Bam Margera has amassed millions through sponsorships and his acting career, appearing in Jackass spinoffs such as Viva La Bam and Bam’s Unholy Union.
Steve-O, who began as a flea market clown when the show first premiered, now boasts a net worth of $4 Million and hosts his own podcast as well as living in a $1.6 Million house in Tarzana, California.
Preston Lacy of Jackass fame is another multimillionaire cast member with a net worth estimated at $3 Million. His net worth comes from owning his company that produces reality shows as well as acting in movies and TV series as an author and having his own line of skateboards.