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Gang Clothing and Colors

It should be noted that gang members often wear clothing that is currently popular among juveniles in general.  The wearing of the clothing that is described in this section does not automatically make that person a gang member.  However, a combination of the clothing worn, along with a certain color scheme or the manner in which the clothing is worn can indicate membership in a gang. 

As gang members find out what clothing is becoming too noticeable to people, they may change what they wear.  What is fashionable today, may not be tomorrow and gang members follow trends.

White flag

White flag
Red flag

Red flag
Black flag

Black flag
Blue flag

Blue flag
White Nike Cortez used by local gangs such as La Primera- LP and Somos Pocos Peros Locos- SPPL

White Nike Cortez used by local gangs such as La Primera- LP and Somos Pocos Peros Locos- SPPL
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Gang Clothing & Colors

 
             
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