Fit has a new t-shirt out featuring what appears to be an angry grizzly bear.
Let us ignore for the moment that it just seems like a more aggro version of Lotek's Nightwolf shirt:
Which, in turn, was just a bite of (I'm sorry, "homage to") countless other shirts that have been available at cheesy mall stores and mountain time zone gift shops for the past 20 years:
What's important here is this: Why have a shirt CALLED the "grizz air shirt" and not have someone doing an actual Griz in the ad? Is there no one on Fit who can do a Griz? For an example, see the classic shot of Stephen Murray below:
Griz Airs were popularized (if not invented) by Josh White back in the '80s, and later became a staple of a young Taj Mihelich. It would be nice if now they were more than just the name of a t-shirt. But oh well, it's not a tailwhip. Why even bother?
(I can't wait for the inevitable striking cobra all-over-print Matt Beringer shirt. Here, just re-brand this one.)