"Straight Edge" is a song written by Minor Threat in 1981. The song talks about not drinking alcohol or smoking or "using a crutch." It was a personal statement but one that quickly became a philosophy. By the time the 1990s rolled around, straight edge was a singular idea with many interpretations. One of the most notorious was straight edge savior. Not only where people trying to live a "pure" lifestyle themselves, they were trying to ensure that others weren't impacted by drugs and alcohol. This turned into a tongue in cheek call to kill drug dealers, usually local ones. This vintage crewneck, deadstock with a few light marks and spots, features a hooded edgemen holding a decapitated drug dealer's head.