Our crossbones sticker reads left to right which is the norm here in the USA. This sticker has a black border with a white background which makes the sticker "pop" on almost anything.
Hobo Outdoor Co. tidbit: The skull and crossbones symbol can be traced back at least to the 12th century. It was used then on military flags and insignia as a warning of ferocity. Starting in the 14th century it was associated with pirates. The Knights Templar used the skull and crossbones flags on their fleet of ships. The Templars did this presumably from the 12th century to 1307.
The original Hobo Outdoor Co. sticker. This sticker looks great on everything from coolers to off-road vehicles. We don't claim that it will make you catch more fish or make you a better shot. However, at least you'll be in style even if you don't fill your cooler. Made in the USA.
Hobo Outdoor Co. tidbit: Our first drafted logo was a vertical hook and a vertical femur bone. A horizontal bullet combined the two vertical symbols to make an H.
The Logo Yellow
This sticker really pops with it's bright colors. If you lose your cooler or favorite drinking cup on a regular basis maybe you need one of these. This sticker looks great on just about everything you stick it on.
Hobo Outdoor Co. tidbit: The first name we considered was American Hobo Outdoors. When abbreviated American Hobo Outdoors just didn't seem right.
The Logo Blue
The Logo Blue is a fresh and clean twist to our original sticker. This sticker looks great on blue water boats and river jon boats. Own a truck with mud tires? This sticker won't make your tires or exhaust more quiet but it will add Hobo Swag to your ride. If Paul Bunyan were picking out a sticker he'd probably pick one the color of his trusty Ox, Babe.
Hobo Outdoor Co. tidbit: We met our graphic artists out of pure luck. A coworkers son had just earned his art degree and we hit it off immediately.
Full Semi-Automatic Chicken
The FSAC means whatever you want it to. It's a rooster, so it's not whether the chicken will lay one egg or a rapid dozen. Roosters don't lay eggs and bulls don't make milk. It's a great conversation piece and we love to hear what people think it means. Believe me, we've heard some people paint some interesting concepts, thoughts and theories. It's been called the assault chicken, rooster rider, el gallo and a ton of other names. For us, it's still the Full Semi-Automatic Chicken or FSAC for short. It's just a sticker, get over it!
Hobo Outdoor Co. tidbit: The chicken is one of the closest relatives to T-Rex. We can only imagine that T-Rex must of tasted like chicken.
Don't Wade on Me
If you fish in waters that are home to stingrays you understand DWOM. It's a symbol just like the rattlesnake that Ben Franklin once used and was later placed on a flag by Col. Gadsden. Stingrays are generally harmless unless you step on them. There have been instances of unprovoked attacks but it's rare unless you're blocking their exit. Sometimes its best to leave some things alone, including people. If your working on your ballroom dance moves check out the stingray shuffle.
Hobo Outdoor Co. tidbit: Barracuda, Bonita, Jack Crevalle, Amberjack and Mullet have all been known as great shark bait. Did you know that stingrays also make excellent shark bait? Just don't end up wearing a stingray barb when you're trying to catch bait. Stingray barbs pack a punch and will cost you a trip to the ER and possibly worse.