A legendary shirt in The Hundreds history, Nine was an idea from Bobby's friend Lindsay, who suggested printing tonal white on a white T-shirt. "To execute the vision, I needed to come up with a large and complicated-enough design to make the print visible, subtle enough, and beautiful all at the same time. Inspired by the Old English lettering that is indicative of Cali culture, I laid this script out and we offered it in four styles: black on white, white on black, white on white, and black on black. Due to the popularity of this tee -- especially within our circle and community -- we produced a second rendition named "Eighteen" a year or so later, doubling up on the classic fonts and typography. And since then, whenever we print a similar-themed T-shirt involving our mottos written out in our favorite fonts, we name it another multiple of nine. 27, 26, 45, 54, etc." -Bobby Hundreds. A few episodes ago, we featured the tonal white-on-white version of the Nine T-shirt, and today you can get the white-on-black rendition.