There isn't a type of bandana called a gang bandana, but gang members sometimes wear bandanas to signify their affiliation with a particular gang. The color varies depending on the gang. More »

In popular culture, a white bandana may symbolize gang affiliation, or it may signal the preference of a particular sexual fetish. Bandana colors have long been associated with gang affiliation, but the so-called hanky c... More »

Fold a bandana diagonally, and cover your forehead with the longest edge of the bandana, to fold a bandana like a gangster. Create an authentic gangster look by choosing bandanas with street, tribal or graffiti prints. More »

The Sur 13 gang is part of a larger affiliation of gangs called the Surenos. The Surenos are a national Mexican-American gang in the United States with a heavy presence in California. More »

In popular culture, a white bandana may symbolize gang affiliation, or it may signal the preference of a particular sexual fetish. Bandana colors have long been associated with gang affiliation, but the so-called hanky c... More »

Wearing a black bandana is usually associated with gang affiliation. Law enforcement groups identify a variety of bandana colors and color combinations linked with a number of different gangs. More »

The Crip six-point star is a common mark used by members to identify themselves as part of the Crips street gang. Founded by Stanley Williams, the Crips street gang also use other symbols and hand signs. More »