Tennessee Volunteers 1970s-Inspired Baseball Pullover
Tennessee Volunteers 1970s-Inspired Baseball Pullover
Tennessee Volunteers 1970s-Inspired Baseball Pullover
Tennessee Volunteers 1970s-Inspired Baseball Pullover
Tennessee Volunteers 1970s-Inspired Baseball Pullover
Tennessee Volunteers 1970s-Inspired Baseball Pullover

Tennessee Volunteers 1970s-Inspired Baseball Pullover

Regular price$140.00
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PREMIUM QUALITY

PREMIUM QUALITY

Ultra soft fabrics that hold up to everyday use.

DESIGNED IN USA

DESIGNED IN USA

Designed and processed in Indianapolis, IN.

30 DAY RETURNS

30 DAY RETURNS

Exchange, store-credit, or refund within 30 days of delivery.

FREE EXCHANGES

FREE EXCHANGES

Not everything you’ll find in the Tennessee baseball media guide archive is the pinnacle of fashion now, but their uniforms from the 1970s were too good not to recreate as a jersey-weight pullover. The jerseys that inspired us were worn by Tennessee baseball greats like Rick Honeycutt and Mike Smithson, the latter of whom still owns the school’s career winning percentage as a pitcher.

See our sizing guide and reference photo for fit details! Reference photo model is 6'1" wearing a size M.

Chest Width Body Length
S 21.5" 28"
M 22.5" 29"
L 23.5" 30"
XL 25" 31"
2XL 26.5" 32"
3XL 28" 33"

Machine or hand wash this product in cold or lukewarm water with a mild detergent. Avoid washing with abrasive items, or with fabric softeners or bleach.

Air dry this product out of direct sunlight, or tumble dry on low heat. Avoid ironing with high heat.

Your product will ship from Indianapolis. Due to the limited stock on this item, we offer returns, but no exchanges.

Retro inspiration, timeless quality

For these 1970s and '80s-inspired pullovers, we used heavyweight jersey material and multicolor rib knits on the cuffs and collar.

Next-level details

We used multi-layered twill appliqué for dimensional details we can't always capture with printed designs.

Hand-packed in Indianapolis

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