THE ORIGINAL
“OLD 300”

The “Old 300” refers to the original settlers who received land grants in the early 1820s in what is now Texas. These settlers were part of the first Anglo-American colony in the region, established by Stephen F. Austin, following an agreement with the Spanish government (and later confirmed by Mexico, after it gained independence from Spain in 1821). Stephen F. Austin, known as the “Father of Texas,” was carrying out the colonization plans of his father, Moses Austin.

The name “Old 300” specifically denotes the families or heads of households who received land in this initial grant. They settled in an area that covers what are now several counties in Texas. The Old 300 played a significant role in the early development and colonization of Texas, contributing to its cultural and economic foundations and paving the way for further Anglo-American settlement in the region.

Their settlement marked the beginning of significant Anglo-American influence in Texas, which would eventually lead to the Texas Revolution and the region’s independence from Mexico, before becoming a part of the United States. The story of the Old 300 is a fundamental part of Texas history, symbolizing early American pioneer spirit and the complex interactions between settlers, the Mexican government, and Native American populations.

THE NEW
“OLD 300”

The “new” Old 300 refers to the original Outlaws who seized a unique chance to be woven into the fabric of our legacy, much like the first settlers who laid the foundations of Texas. This initiative is your ticket to becoming a cornerstone of the Jolly Outlaw community, offering you the chance to kickstart our shared future with the same courage, resilience, and adventure that defined those early pioneers.

By joining the First 300, you’re not just supporting a project; you’re igniting a movement. Your participation offers more than exclusive merchandise—it cements your place in history with a chosen number that symbolizes your own pioneering spirit. This number is not just a rank; it’s a key to early access to future launches, special privileges, and the opportunity to claim the most exclusive offerings before anyone else.

The essence of this campaign is rooted in the Kickstarter ethos—fostering community support to bring creative projects to life. It’s about building something together that we couldn’t achieve alone. The exclusivity of being part of the First 300 ensures that our earliest backers are rewarded with the first pick of our offerings, echoing the Kickstarter model of rewarding early support with unique perks and rewards.

STAY TUNED.

THE ORIGINAL “OLD 300”

The “Old 300” refers to the original settlers who received land grants in the early 1820s in what is now Texas. These settlers were part of the first Anglo-American colony in the region, established by Stephen F. Austin, following an agreement with the Spanish government (and later confirmed by Mexico, after it gained independence from Spain in 1821). Stephen F. Austin, known as the “Father of Texas,” was carrying out the colonization plans of his father, Moses Austin.

The name “Old 300” specifically denotes the families or heads of households who received land in this initial grant. They settled in an area that covers what are now several counties in Texas. The Old 300 played a significant role in the early development and colonization of Texas, contributing to its cultural and economic foundations and paving the way for further Anglo-American settlement in the region.

Their settlement marked the beginning of significant Anglo-American influence in Texas, which would eventually lead to the Texas Revolution and the region’s independence from Mexico, before becoming a part of the United States. The story of the Old 300 is a fundamental part of Texas history, symbolizing early American pioneer spirit and the complex interactions between settlers, the Mexican government, and Native American populations.

THE NEW “OLD 300”

The “new” Old 300 refers to the original Outlaws who seized a unique chance to be woven into the fabric of our legacy, much like the first settlers who laid the foundations of Texas. This initiative is your ticket to becoming a cornerstone of the Jolly Outlaw community, offering you the chance to kickstart our shared future with the same courage, resilience, and adventure that defined those early pioneers.

By joining the First 300, you’re not just supporting a project; you’re igniting a movement. Your participation offers more than exclusive merchandise—it cements your place in history with a chosen number that symbolizes your own pioneering spirit. This number is not just a rank; it’s a key to early access to future launches, special privileges, and the opportunity to claim the most exclusive offerings before anyone else.

The essence of this campaign is rooted in the Kickstarter ethos—fostering community support to bring creative projects to life. It’s about building something together that we couldn’t achieve alone. The exclusivity of being part of the First 300 ensures that our earliest backers are rewarded with the first pick of our offerings, echoing the Kickstarter model of rewarding early support with unique perks and rewards.

STAY TUNED.