Time Out says
If you feel naked without a T-shirt heralding a revolutionary slogan, then this is your shop.
Many Girona residents remember the legendary Partisano shop in Plaça de l'Oli, one of the city's landmarks of the ska movement during the '90s. And they were overjoyed when, in 2015, a new Partisano opened, situated just 50 metres from the original venue but with an up-to-date remit. The way music is sold has changed irrevocably, but at Partisano you'll still find the most savage protest T-shirts, not only because of their anarchist and feminist slogans but because Partisano has taken on the power of the Asian textile industry to create pieces woven and cut in Catalonia, illustrated by local artists and printed in their workshops in Celrà. In terms of must-have products, we suggest the T-shirts with the feminist phrases of activist Angela Davis and an all-in-one for republican babies. You should also check out the official T-shirts of Valencian band Obrint Pas and the merchandise from St. Pauli, a football team from Hamburg (Germany), which is generally agreed to be pretty bad but is known for having a lot of moral strength and for being a symbol of the working-class struggle and the anti-racism movement.