Way back in 1776, a partially built fort of palmetto logs and sand took the brunt of an all-day British cannonball bombardment in the battle of Sullivan’s Island, contributing to Colonel William Moultrie’s successful defense of Charleston. We couldn’t think of a better backdrop to celebrate the freedom lovin’ and independent spirit of the Lowcountry angler than to slap a Fightin’ Fiddler patch on a pattern of palms. Wear it with pride. Long a symbol of prosperity, wealth and hospitality, pineapples adorn doors, gates and other elements of Charleston architecture. So we paired up our most popular Ropin’ Crab patch with this sweet and auspicious backdrop for maximum levels of Good Clean Livin’.