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Identity Patches: Brainless Representative

Identity Patches: Brainless Representative

1 total reviews

Regular price $12.00
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An embroidered patch featuring the words Lobotomy Proof and No Brainer, along with an empty head, in red and white.

Spice up your outfit by adding an eye-catching embroidered patch to your ensemble! Our stylish, durable, and heat-resistant patches are perfect for airsofters, mil-sim enthusiasts, paintballers, security, and police who are trying to add a bit of flare or humor to their kits, or are looking for a unique way to express their individualism on the field.

Not into airsoft, paintball, or LARPing? These creative patches can serve as aesthetic additions to bags, jackets, pants, or any other accessory you can think of! We aim to be entertaining and inclusive when it comes to our products. We mean no offense to anyone with our designs.

• 26% cotton, 74% polyester
• 3″ (7.6 cm) in diameter
• Attachment options: iron-on, sew-on, or safety pin. Hook-and-Loop attachments can be applied easily
• Blank product sourced from China, with original design by Red Pawn

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Ryley Dorothea
Applying patches

Although the current method of applying the patches by sewing and ironing is very unique and secure, it limits the fabric you can apply the patches to as opposed to velcro making it easier to apply to different materials/fabrics such as airsoft clothing/gear or any other sport. Apart from my opinion I am very pleased with the delivery services and overall quality

I'm happy to hear you like the patch! I apologize for not having velcro options available, but sticking to the iron-on backing keeps my costs lower and my inventory simple. What I always recommend is using fabric glue to attach the patch to some velcro strips, cut to shape. A budget option would be a strip of velcro tape. I've used the first method myself, and several customers have used the velcro tape and I've had nothing but good news about it. If I ever get a warehouse or something, I'd like to start stocking up on velcro and iron-on patches. Whatever you get to turn them into hook and loops, just be sure to get it from a local hobby store as opposed to something like Amazon or Hobby Lobby, unless you have to.