Northwestern Wildcats Vintage Band Tee

Northwestern Wildcats Vintage Band Tee

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Regular price$36.00

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Inspired by vintage buttons and decals featuring the Northwestern University Marching Band (NUMB), this comfy purple t-shirt will let everyone know who you support. “The Finest Band in the Land” has been helping Northwestern football “push on to victory” since 1911.

Brought to you in partnership with College Vault.

Chest Width Body Length Shoulder Width
S 18.75" 28.14" 15.25"
M 20.25" 29.75" 18.25"
L 21.75" 29.75" 18.25"
XL 23.25" 30.75" 19.75"
2XL 24.75" 31.75" 21.25"
3XL 26.25" 32.75" 22.75"

Heather: 50% Cotton, 50% Polyester

All products will ship from Indianapolis. Free exchanges!

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Core Collection Tee $28.00

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Hand-packed in Indianapolis

Designed, printed, and fulfilled right in America's heartland: Indianapolis, Indiana (Speedway to be exact)!

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Tom M.
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I Don’t Even Know If A Wildcat Growls, But This Shirt Slaps

Listen: alma maters* by and large **** out loud. Northwestern’s doesn’t, thanks in no small part to the efforts of John P Paynter (and the continued stewardship of Mallory Thompson). Combining a succinct lyric choice while bringing the Marching Willie logo out of the relative obscurity of “If you know, you know” NUMB membership is sublime. You know the shirt is comfy, I don’t need to tell you that, and I think the stitching has been upgraded since the last order I made. Just buy the damn shirt. *almas mater? Almae? Mat…en? This is why Latin is deader than whatever is making South Bend smell that way.