Over half of the states in the U.S. have now legalized marijuana for medical use. Eleven of these states have also legalized it for recreational use. Americans expect more states to follow suit, eventually pushing the whole country for legalization.

This means marijuana is becoming a normal part of society. And the time will come wherein the stigma of smoking it may disappear.

You don’t need to wait for that time to broadcast your support for it, though. You can wear your love for it on your sleeves – in the literal sense – by wearing any weed-inspired apparel.

If that sounds good to you, check out these stoner clothing brands people are raving about today.

1. The Higher Shop

The Higher Shop is all about wearing your stoner habits loud and proud. Its most iconic looks include clothes with an image of the cannabis leaf plastered all over.

Aside from that, though, the shop also offers plenty of designs with references to pop culture. You may see references to Disney, KFC, Bart Simpson, and many more. Lots of its designs also involve anime, galaxy, and even Illuminati.

Whatever the theme is, though, it’s mixed with a heavy dose of cannabis culture. Its galaxy prints, for instance, feature huge or repetitive images of cannabis.

You can choose from a variety of categories, too. They have t-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, pants, and socks. Women can even snag a dress filled with cannabis prints.

2. Rasta Empire

Rasta Empire isn’t a pure weed clothing brand, but it highlights the connection of weed to reggae. It focuses on the Rasta and reggae culture, in which marijuana is deeply embedded.

Rasta Empire offers a bigger variety of apparel. Its online store has t-shirts, long sleeves, hoodies, shorts, jerseys, and more. You will even find a pair of stoner underwear.

There’s something for men, women, and babies. But you’ll find the designs for the little ones reference Bob Marley more than anything else. You can then complete the look with some headwear, bags, and socks.

However, as we said above, it’s about the Rasta and reggae culture for the most part. Thus, you’ll also find designs with no connection to weed, although no one’s complaining.

3. Stoner Days

Stoner Days also has something for everyone with its wide array of stoner products. Unlike Rasta Empire, though, this one is a full-on weed brand.

From socks to hats, men and women have a variety of choices. Its designs are on the tamer side compared to The Higher Shop’s, which is great if you don’t want to be too loud. The designs are still, without doubt, related to cannabis culture, though.

You can support the hemp industry further by buying hemp-made products. Their hemp tees consist of 60% viscose hemp. They also have cannabis-themed hemp greeting cards.

Some extras you can buy from its website are mugs, hats, keychains, beanies, and many more.

4. Green Arbor Clothing Co.

This company comes from the idea of a pair of cannabis and fashion enthusiasts, so you know they take both aspects with seriousness.

Visiting their website, you’ll see how marijuana tastefully ties into their t-shirt designs. They don’t scream “cannabis,” but anyone who’s deep in this culture will recognize the references. The average man, however, might not even notice it’s about cannabis.

Why?

Because they, instead, use the specific strains of marijuana as their inspiration. For instance, one shirt features a Granddaddy Purple design, which doesn’t make sense to some. Marijuana enthusiasts know that it’s a strain, though.

The shirt itself is of high-quality, and it’s educational, too. Inside the shirt is a little history of the strain featured on the design.

5. 420 Mile High

420 Mile High boasts a huge selection of weed merchandise, including different clothing options for both men and women. Hoodies, shirts, tank tops, sweatshirts, and else come in different sizes and designs.

Aside from 420 clothing, the site also offers other items stoners will love. Mugs, pillows, ashtrays, and bean bag chairs are only some of its offerings. You can even buy weed-inspired décor.

You can further dress up in weed with 420 accessories. You can buy hats, socks, cases, bags, and even jewelry. It’s up to you how far you want to broadcast being a stoner.

If you want something unique to you, it also offers some customization options.

6. RacyTees

RacyTees might not be all about marijuana, but its weed designs are pretty interesting, sticking to the brand’s aim to be conversational.

Its designs are subtle – as opposed to the intense concepts of the other stoner clothing brands on this list. They’re what you can call minimalist, but the stoner spirit is there. It focuses on funny yet edgy and suggestive designs that will make anyone take a second look.

If you scroll through their cannabis designs, you may find their other stuff funny, too. It also references tequila and other stuff, but it’s about weed for the most part.

You can also buy stoner hats and mugs through the website, although their designs are a bit limited.

7. Into the AM

If you ever wanted to wear what you feel every time you use marijuana, Into the AM’s got your back. The brand’s all about psychedelic apparel, including t-shirts, jackets, sweatshirts, hoodies, joggers, and shorts. For women, it even offers bodysuits, crop tops, and leggings.

Its designs are pretty trippy, making them more than just stoner statement clothes. Even non-weed users can appreciate their unique designs, especially if they like surreal drawings.

Into the AM also offers its designs on other items. You can buy trippy hats, phone cases, bags, blankets, and more. They even brought their design to Vans Slip-On sneakers, which you won’t find elsewhere.

If you want the best quality apparel with interesting designs, you can start from the best stoner clothing brands we’ve gathered on this list. These are all tried-and-tested with a proven track record of customer satisfaction.

There’s something for you no matter your taste, but if you need more help, read our other posts today. We offer a myriad of guides to help you out!

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