When its denizens say they miss the old New York, they're talking about the summer of 1977. New York City was on the brink of both glory and ignominious collapse at once. It was a summer when a serial killer was at large, stalking young women with a .44-caliber pistol, and a city-wide power failure plunged the city into darkness and looting. Billy Martin, the manager of the Yankees, almost came to blows with the team's new star, Reggie Jackson, while across town Tom Seaver, the Mets' ace, was traded away. Crime was at its highest level in years, and so was the glamour of the city's nightlife, thanks to the new Studio 54. SSUR pays tribute to this infamous chapter in New York City history with a new capsule collection of tees, jerseys, shorts, tanks and snapbacks. Check out the goods below, then shop the collection through SSUR's online store.