Hit hard by decades of manufacturing downsizing and the Great Recession, the stalwart citizens of Detroit nevertheless maintain a lot of pride in their decrepit city. And they should be proud of the Motor City if you ask us, especially as Detroit seems to be turning around thanks to a new generation of young entrepreneurs like Tommey Walker Jr. and his line of Detroit vs. Everybody clothing.
Launched three years ago, Walker has just partnered with Chevrolet for a new line of clothing inspired by the 2016 Camaro and the reinvention of the Motor City. Available now, the Camaro vs. Everybody line of clothes is the perfect stocking stuffer for the Chevy fan in your life.
“Detroit vs. Everybody started as a way to express pride in my hometown,” said Walker. “Camaro vs. Everybody serves the same purpose for Camaro fans, who know their favorite sports car is second to none.” Walker’s “Vs. Everybody” theme goes well beyond Detroit and muscle cars too, though the Camaro is the first automotive license of his trademarked design.
It’s the perfect fit for the Camaro, which has just begun deliveries across the United States and is widely being hailed as a superior vehicle to the also-new Ford Mustang. Offering more horsepower, quicker 0 to 60 times, and a vastly-improved interior, the 2016 Camaro design team focused most of its efforts on actual performance improvements rather than mere aesthetics. But even if you can’t afford to put a 2016 Camaro in your driveway or garage, picking up a Camaro vs. Everybody shirt is one way to let the world know where your muscle car allegiance lies.