RHODESIAN CASHEL VALLEY "BEAN MAN" PATCH

You’re probably thinking to yourself:

“Is that a kidney? Why does he have a rifle? Why can’t I feel my feet? Am I dying?”

Take a moment to breathe, read on, and all will be clear.

Cashel Valley is a region in Zimbabwe (formerly Rhodesia), about a bean’s throw away from the Mozambique border. This blessed basin was a paradise for cash crops, producing mostly (you guessed it) beans. Due to its near-border location, it was a hotspot for guerrilla activity. Terrorists would use the mountain pass as an easy way to covertly cross the border. These triflers would often mine roads around farms, engage in various skirmishes, and generally make life hell for already-stressed farm folk. Tragically, landmines remain a serious issue in the gorgeous region even today.

Ian Smith’s Ministry of Internal Affairs dispatched specialized troopies to deal with the growing insurrection. These men received serious weapons training to stomp out rebels, which seemed to sprout like legumes from across the border.

The patch pictured is a detailed recreation of the insignia worn by the elite troops tasked with guarding this vital district. Don it, grab your FAL, and walk proud as a bean among beans... And a real hero.

Specs

  • Embroidered fabric patch
  • Hook and loop backing
  • 3" x 2.5"

RHODESIAN CASHEL VALLEY "BEAN MAN" PATCH

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You’re probably thinking to yourself:

“Is that a kidney? Why does he have a rifle? Why can’t I feel my feet? Am I dying?”

Take a moment to breathe, read on, and all will be clear.

Cashel Valley is a region in Zimbabwe (formerly Rhodesia), about a bean’s throw away from the Mozambique border. This blessed basin was a paradise for cash crops, producing mostly (you guessed it) beans. Due to its near-border location, it was a hotspot for guerrilla activity. Terrorists would use the mountain pass as an easy way to covertly cross the border. These triflers would often mine roads around farms, engage in various skirmishes, and generally make life hell for already-stressed farm folk. Tragically, landmines remain a serious issue in the gorgeous region even today.

Ian Smith’s Ministry of Internal Affairs dispatched specialized troopies to deal with the growing insurrection. These men received serious weapons training to stomp out rebels, which seemed to sprout like legumes from across the border.

The patch pictured is a detailed recreation of the insignia worn by the elite troops tasked with guarding this vital district. Don it, grab your FAL, and walk proud as a bean among beans... And a real hero.

Specs

  • Embroidered fabric patch
  • Hook and loop backing
  • 3" x 2.5"
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Bean man patch

Love this patch. Just sewed my loop backing onto my BGS fur lined parka. Shows solidarity with the SA farmers. And every hipster gives me a sideways look when I have it on. Bonus. You guys should design a patch specifically to show support for the SA farmers that are having their land stolen as the MSM watches and says nothing. I’d be first in line to get one.

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Solid Bevo patch!

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Marvelous

Great quality and amazing looks, pairs great with the rhodesian army patch.

the other day I was walking at my university campus wearing them on my backpack as a random college commie stares at me in fear, frozen still, I see feces come down from this person’s left pant leg, he starts to shake as I slowly try to continue my path to class (im running late) when im just infront of him I whisper to his ear “rhodesians never die” at this precise moment his anus explodes like a united nations refugee camp near the zambezi,he fell to the ground, everyone started clapping.

10/10

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