Ideal for any situation, a unisex heavy blend crewneck sweatshirt is pure comfort. These garments are made from polyester and cotton. This combination helps designs come out looking fresh and beautiful. The collar is ribbed knit, so it retains its shape even after washing. There are no itchy side seams on these sweaters.
Our story is one of love, family, and belonging. Fifteen years ago, the Chambliss family was attending church service when Willie C. Chambliss Sr. casually referred to his significantly large family as the “Chambliss Nation.” Though their roots were in the small town of Gifford, Florida, many relatives were spread out around the world.
From that day forward, people referred to us as “Chambliss Nation.” Though we were scattered internationally, we felt this name connected us somehow, regardless of the many miles between us. Our brother Willie C. Chambliss Jr., aka Boogee, recognized the weight the name carried and was inspired. He created a logo and t-shirts emblazoned with #Chamblissnation. He also recorded family events and posted them on social media.
It wasn’t long before others grew inspired by this undeniable unity, and more people began to wear our shirts as if they were extensions of our family. When Boogee passed, we made it our mission to continue what he started. In this way, we honor his memory and fulfill his purpose to bring people together. This marked the beginning of Chamblissnation.
Chamblissnation creates urban-inspired apparel intended to provide you with a sense of belonging. Our collection represents an unbreakable bond, empowering our widespread Black American community to remember their roots and boast them with pride. We encourage all of our kings and queens to embrace our family from all corners of the world. When you wear our clothing, you’ll be reminded of your brothers and sisters who share a deep-rooted appreciation for unity.
Now, Chamblissnation doesn’t just belong to us - it belongs to you. This will be the legacy that future generations will remember.
Profit sales will go to the “Bella Chambliss Life Fund”