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Raw T-Shirt's Summer 1980 Funny Vintage Halloween Horror Premium Men's T-Shirt

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Manufacturer Description

Our Summertime 1980 Funny Vintage Halloween Scary Premium Guys's T-Shirt is published on a costs fitted 5.3 oz 100% preshrunk cotton tee. Please select your Size and/or Shade from the drop down menu above if suitable. Impress your friends with this one-of-a-kind "Halloween T-shirt", certain to standout. This Raw Tees layout is published on a high-grade Premium Shirts, soft cotton, fitted, brief sleeve tee, showcasing a "Summertime 1980 Camp Crystal Lake - Swimming, Boating, Experience" layout on the front. This one-of-a-kind T-Shirt is designed and published in the United States with environmentally friendly ink-so it is secure for you and the environment. This durable, comfy T-Shirt makes sure to be a hit, whether you're purchasing it as a gift for someone unique or wearing it on your own.

Product Features

100% cotton (preshrunk). This shirt has seamless double needle collar with double-needle sleeves and hem with a taped neck and shoulders. Printed in the USA by Raw T-Shirts Summer 1980 Funny Vintage Halloween Horror Premium High Quality Print, This is an original inspired design and does not infringe on any rights holders rights. The words used in the title and/or search terms are not intended to imply they are licensed by any rights holders., The design is printed with new age printing technology, direct-to-garment. It is printed with a water-soluble and eco-friendly ink. This is an original inspired design and does not infringe on any rights holders rights. The words used in the title and/or search terms are not intended to imply they are licensed by any rights holders.