Jared Leto: actor, musician, style icon. And you'd think with the latter that his band Thirty Seconds to Mars would have better merch, but alas, they don't

Highlighting the band's new apparel arrivals is a pink hoodie that lists the names and salaries of America's highest-paid models, including Kendall Jenner ($22 million), Gisele Bündchen ($17.5 million), Chrissy Teigen ($13.5 million), Adriana Lima ($10.5 million), and Gigi Hadid ($9.5 million). We're not exactly sure what Leto and Thirty Seconds to Mars are trying to say with the advertisement, but it surely comes off a tad distasteful at best.

In addition to the supermodel hoodie, other new Thirty Seconds to Mars goods include a holier-than-thou "What Would Jared Do?" T-shirt; an "American Names" tee listing Kylie, Elvis, Kanye, Jesus, LeBron, and Oprah; a "7 Famous American Artists" tee; a T-shirt listing various sexual positions; an "American Hot Topics" sweatshirt, and a "California Weed" tee, among other items.

Leto's Thirty Seconds to Mars merch is pretty much a selection of colorful tops with various lists printed out in black and white text. If that seems like your thing, follow on over to the band's web shop to stock up.

In other news, Billionaire Boys Club has released new Japan-exclusive N.E.R.D tees.

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