In 2010, Jobs introduced the iPad, a digital way of reading newspapers, magazines, and any number of things.
Late in his life Steve Jobs was not known as a fashion icon.
Few would mistake the younger, more abrasive Apple CEO with the one the world got to know later in life.
The young Jobs was known for donning a bow-tie or a leather jacket on occasion.
But its Jobs' uniform look of a black turtleneck, blue jeans and New Balance sneakers that has been making a rush on his clothes.
But before it sold out, St. Croix promised to honor the memory of Jobs by donating $20 of every $175 shirt sold to the American Cancer Society.