Five Things Odd Future Forgot for Their Golf Wang Tour Swag Packages

In conjunction with Odd Future's upcoming tour of the U.S. (and Canada!), the hip-hop collective is offering Golf Wang Tour Swag Packages as part of ticket purchases through their website.

The West Coast hip-hop collective is currently offering two options: a tour t-shirt (featuring a very interwebby cat design) or a sticker set. And, uh, that's it.

Frankly, Crossfade is a little miffed that Tyler the Creator -- OFWGKTA's supposed ultra-savvy digital design mastermind -- didn't opt for giveaways a little more, y'know, swag.

A Scooter and/or Golfcart (For Causing A Ruckus)

In the video for Tyler the Creator's collab with trap-rap star Pusha T, the Odd Future leader cruises down a busy sidewalk, riding a medical scooter and leading a parade of swag goons and John Waters-style degenerates. With your own Golf Wang Golf Cart, you can be at the forefront of a weirdo promenade too. It's also excellent for super-soaking festival security guards (and just about anyone else) with maximum stealth.

OFWGKTA Ski Masks (For Causing a Ruckus and Not Getting Caught)

You know, Crossfade is surprised -- and a little disappointed -- that official Odd Future ski masks don't already exist. Fans of yesteryear's punk rock fashioned their own band shirts, so you better whip out the hot gun and get bejewelin' in time for Tyler and company's show at this Fillmore this Halloween.

Bacon Soap (For Smelling Like Clean Meat)

Tyler's excitement over interviewer Nardwuar's gift should help the MC realize that maybe he should express a little fan appreciation via giving away soap that's fashioned to look and smell like pig fat.

OFWGKTA Caskets (For Dying Like You Lived: Swagged the Fuck Out)

Hey, if gross-ass Gene Simmons can sell 'em, why not Odd Future?

Prepaid Gas Cards (For Munchies and the Ensuing Checkout Line Dance Party)

Can't you just picture Domo Genesis and Hodgy Beats in line, clutching a tower of powdered donuts boxes that blocks their vision? All of a sudden, The Knack's "My Sharona" comes on the stereo and the duo shimmy like Wynona Ryder and Janeane Garafalo did in the existential '90s.

Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All. Monday, October 31. Fillmore Miami, 1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. The show starts at 9 p.m. and tickets cost $25 plus fees via livenation.com. Call 305-673-7300 and fillmoremb.com.

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