1950s Vintage Champion T Shirt

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Who would have thought Sara Lee (yes that cake brand whose commercial ringer digs our brain with permanent ear worm) bought Champion in the 80s! 

Over a period of time the neck labels changed from the ones of the 40’s and 50’s, where the company name of Champion Knitwear Company with the running man and finish line logo was used.

In the 70’s and 80’s the neck labels evolved and the more familiar classic red and blue fonts on a white background were introduced.

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We do our best to provide information and description for the garment's condition. Please take note, that this is a used/preowned garment, hence the appropriate aging and wears. Feel free to contact us should you have any question.

Item: Vintage 1950s Champion Running Man T-Shirt
⁣Make: Champion
Size: Medium (38-40)
Chest measurement: 18.5”⁣
Shoulder measurement: 18.0”⁣
Length measurement: 26.0”⁣
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⁣⁣⁣Featuring:⁣⁣⁣
Made in USA⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣;
Virginia State Teachers Academy P.E Major spell out;
All cotton, soft and thin before the invention of Champion reverse weave⁣⁣;
Single-stitch⁣⁣⁣⁣ed;
Mint worn in condition with a lot of life left⁣⁣⁣⁣;
Good fade and flaking of printed graphic adds in a good vintage touch.⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣

Condition:
Colour: Sun-faded light blue
Stain: NIL
Holes/Wear: NIL

Measurements stated are in INCHES, taken while item laid flat. To ensure good fit, try measure the garment in your wardrobe that fits you the best.
Please check the measurement before buying.
Absolutely no return/exchange, UNLESS there was an error by the seller (i.e the seller ships out wrong item)
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