SUISSE TENNIS CUP Vintage Tennis Tournament T-Shirt
Recreating tennis tournament souvenir shirts of yesteryear.
Tournaments and their sponsors come and go. Where once was a tennis oasis, now is a shopping mall. It is a sign of the times. So, I wanted to re-create and spruce up what may have been a tournament souvenir shirt. Here is a t-shirt I made about the Suisse Tennis Cup that was set for 1978. To keep the shirt 'of the era', Helvetica was used with a clean Swiss grid design format.
Unisex sizing, this tee runs true to size. We recommend that women size down.
Printed on a uniquely soft triblend fabrication t-shirt that you won’t want to take off.
Each shirt is hand screened with plastisol inks adding to the graphic’s brightness & durability, ensuring a vintage ‘cracked’ feel as the shirt ages.
Lightweight 3.8 oz. 50% polyester, 25% cotton, 25% rayon Retail athletic fit Pre-shrunk Hand screened by artisans in California
Crew Neck Tee
This garment was made using sustainable manufacturing processes with Blue Sign certified dyes, efficient dye houses that adhere to the state of California’s EPA regulations around waste water treatment and usage, and cutting facilities in Los Angeles that run on partial solar power with comprehensive recycling programs for paper waste and fabric scraps.
Taking every opportunity we can to reduce our co2 emissions. We use 7x less water than average clothing manufacturers, and our manufacturing facilities produce almost no landfill because we recycle pretty much everything that can't be turned into a tee.
100% SWEATSHOP FREE and Platinum WRAP Certified. Doing things the right way has never been up for debate. American made is something we believe in deeply and have been manufacturing in the U.S. and internationally in a no-sweat-shop, humane, sustainable way since day one.
Machine wash cold Only non-chlorine bleach when needed Tumble dry low Do not iron decoration
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