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Weekend Offender City Series Prison logo custom t-shirt

€1.250,00
Weekend Offender City Series Prison logo custom t-shirt
Ordered before 16:00:00, delivered tomorrow! You got: 03:39 hours
Weekend Offender City Series Prison logo custom t-shirt

Description

Don't feel like waiting until we finally release your city or town? Via Archivio85 you can now have your own custom Weekend Offender city series "Prison logo" made in a limited edition of 50 pieces. This at a reduced price of €25,- a pice instead of €35,-. Sell them on, split the costs, or wear them all yourself, whatever you want. Colors and sizes in consultation, see below for the details, or contact us. Part of the WO X A85 City Series Collection, this 100% cotton crew neck graphic t-shirt features the city of your choice within the Prison logo. It comes with an “Admit nothing” badge at lower side seam and a “Too much too young” badge in neck.

Details

  • Art. WOTSB001
  • Custom made to order
  • Colours available: Navy, white, electric blue, red, grey, black, claret, sky blue
  • Print color in consultation
  • 100% Cotton
  • Crew neck
  • WO City series "Prison logo" custom print on front
  • Short sleeves
  • “Admit nothing” badge at lower side seam
  • “Too much too young” badge in neck
  • Regular fit

Condition

New, with tags.

Sizing

Pit-Pit
S: 49,5cm
M: 52cm
L: 56cm
XL: 60cm
XXL: 64cm
For questions about sizing, please contact us.

Brand

Set up in a small Welsh town outside Cardiff as a side project in 2004, Weekend Offender was the brainchild of Sam Jones and Rhydian Powell.
No-nonsense, functional, bold; stylish, playful, assured – the clothes remain like the customers. Across the UK – in the pubs, in the clubs and at the football – Weekend Offender has become a go-to brand for lads at the sharper end of the terrace, earning a priceless word-of-mouth reputation and exceeding sales worldwide. Not only the working-class lad found the brand, also "king parka monkey" Liam Gallagher, "modfather" Paul Weller and even "naked chef" Jamie Oliver were spot wearing Weekend Offender.
Weekend Offender showcases premium fabric knitwear, outerwear, shirting and polos, guilty of sharp lines, Mod silhouettes and covert colourways. With a focus on quality, design and functionality – its no-nonsense and no-air-kissing approach allows the brand to focus on exactly what they want from a clothing label.
Detail in everything, ADMIT NOTHING!