Indy 500 "Kiss the Bricks" Vintage Heavyweight Tee
Indy 500 "Kiss the Bricks" Vintage Heavyweight Tee
Indy 500 "Kiss the Bricks" Vintage Heavyweight Tee

Indy 500 "Kiss the Bricks" Vintage Heavyweight Tee

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Indianapolis Motor Speedway earned its “Brickyard” nickname early on, when the track was repaved with bricks after traction and safety testing; the now-famous exposed brickwork on the track is still original paving brick. NASCAR driver Dale Jarrett started the tradition of “kissing the bricks” after a hard-fought victory – a tradition that Indycar and NASCAR drivers keep up to this day.

Vintage heavyweight tees are new to Homefield! See our side-by-side graphic and product guides for details. (Model in our side-by-side graphic is 6'3" and wears a size M.)

Our heavyweight tees have a wide chest and body, to offer a vintage fit. If you prefer an athletic fit, consider sizing down or buying this design on one of our classic, standard tees.

Chest Width Body Length Shoulder Width
XS 20" 25.5" 18"
S 21" 26.5" 18.75"
M 22" 27.5" 19.5"
L 23" 28.5" 20.25"
XL 24.5" 29.5" 21.25"
2XL 26" 30.5" 22.25"
3XL 27.5" 31.5" 23.25"
4XL 29" 32.5" 24.25"

Our vintage heavyweight tees are garment-dyed, 100% pre-shrunk cotton.

Please wash BEFORE wearing! Our vintage heavyweight tees are garment dyed. A wash before wear helps remove any excess dye.

After that, wash separately, with cold water and a mild detergent. Tumble dry low. Do not bleach!

Once your order is printed, it will promptly be dispatched. In certain cases, orders may be sent in separate shipments to expedite delivery.

We offer free exchanges!

Old-school comfort for the long haul.

Our vintage heavyweight tees are 100% cotton, with a wide fit and dropped shoulder, for a durable tee that gets cozier with each wash. Think your favorite old shirt, but better.

A retro look, reimagined

Every heavyweight tee is garment dyed for an effortless, lived-in look. No two tees look exactly the same, making it uniquely yours.

Brought to life in Indianapolis

Designed and fulfilled right in America's heartland: Indianapolis, Indiana.