The We Went Fast nickname series of shirts celebrates the best in the sport. Because a time existed when nicknames truly meant something. They were more than initials and riding numbers. In one or two words, a nickname summarized how a rider conducted himself on the track or offered a snippet of his personality.
The 1970s Supercross Champions tee pays homage to the OG Supercross champs of the 1970s, warriors like "The Flying Dutchman" (Pierre Karsmakers), "The Cobalt Kid" (Jimmy Ellis) and "The Jammer", (Jimmy Weinert). The decade ended when a category 3 Hurricane named Bob Hannah became the first 2-time and 3-time champion in the sport.
This is a premium Next Level Apparel brand (6200), poly/cotton blend t-shirt that wears well and resists pilling. Printed in Atlanta, GA by Danger Press, it will be one of the softest shirts you'll ever own.
NOTE: This design uses a different style shirt than the other We Went Fast offerings. It's the same fit but it has a higher polyester count, making it even lighter and softer, giving it that uber vintage feel.
- Fabric: 65/35 - Poly/Cotton
- 65% Polyester 35% Combed Ring-Spun Cotton / 40 singles, 120 grams/3.5 oz.
- Neck: CREW NECK
- Binding: Set-in Collar with Front Cover Stitch
- Inside Label: Custom printed tag: "Moto That Matters" w/ We Went Fast stacked logo.
- Hem Label: A 1x1 woven label on the bottom hem makes it an official We Went Fast product.
High Point Shoulder (HPS) is measured from the highest point of the shoulder to the bottom hem of the shirt
Bust/Width measures across the bust 1” below the armhole, seam to seam.
|Bust 1" below armhole||19||20 1/2||22||23 1/2||25||26 1/2|
ADDITIONAL NOTE: These are not print-to-order shirts. All stock is managed, handled and shipped by We Went Fast.
Free stickers with every order.