Go For Broke!

Go For Broke!

Show that you can take a hit and bounce back! Wear a Go For Broke patch! Injuries happen - riding, racing, rock climbing, roller derby...participating in any activity that you enjoy.

Simply place a patch at the location of each break or fracture. Or, stack them up on your gear bag or favorite jacket. Go For Broke patches make great gifts, for your friends and teammates. Pick one up to help a friend heal! Tell a story with your Go For Broke! patch - let folks know that you've been there too! Go For Broke!

Why Go For Broke?

Go For Broke! are high-quality, cloth-backed, woven patches. Patches are approximately one inch high and two inches wide. The patches have an iron-on backing, but for maximum durability we recommend sewing them on to your gear.

Patrick Leyshock thought up the idea for Go For Broke! while laid up with a broken collarbone after an incident during a 2001 practice session at Portland International Raceway. Inspired in part both by Dave Aldana's famous "skeleton" leathers and the tally marks found on the sides of combat aircraft, he began working with local vendors to make his idea reality. The "broken bone" patch has since become a recognized icon worldwide - an icon worn proudly by folks who aren't afraid to take risks.

Order your Go For Broke! patch today - we ship worldwide!

Patches are $4.50 each, and include shipping worldwide.

Please note that you do not need a PayPal account to order.

We'll be the first to admit that PayPal is a bit clunky when it comes to online purchases. But it's also an economical and safe way for you to purchase Go For Broke! patches and us to track and receive purchases.

Shipping is by U.S. Mail (including international shipments). Rush shipping is not available.

Please note that you do not need a PayPal account to order.

If you do not have a PayPal account but still want to purchase Go For Broke! patches, please note that PayPal will allow you to make a secure payment with a Visa or Master Card without setting up a PayPal account. This might seem a bit confusing - you'll note that when paying with a credit card, the PayPal interface page will ask you to enter your email address "which will enable you to set up your PayPal account." This does not mean that you must sign up for a PayPal account, nor does it automatically create a PayPal account.

If you do not have a PayPal account, and purchase using a credit card, PayPal will email you a receipt, plus an email encouraging you to "Create your PayPal account now!" If you do not want to sign up for a PayPal account, just delete this email. A week or so after your purchase you'll receive another email from PayPal again encouraging you to create a PayPal account. Delete this too, and you shouldn't hear from them again.

There's always the mail, too. If you'd prefer mailing a check or money order, please drop a line to ngkbr8es@gmail.com for details.