Sharpies, (or Sharps, not to be confused with SHARP (Skinheads Against Racial Prejudice)) were members of suburban youth gangs in Australia, most significantly from the 1960s and 1970s. They were particularly prominent in Melbourne, but were also found in Sydney and Perth to lesser extents. Sharpies were known for being violent, although a strict moral code was also evident. The name comes from their focus on looking and dressing "sharp".
Common clothing items included Lee or Levi jeans, cardigans, jumpers, and T-shirts—often individually designed by group members.