TOP DAUG Tee
TOP DAUG Tee

TOP DAUG Tee

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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.

Introduced as the mascot for Oklahoma basketball in the mid-1980s, Top Daug was a symbol of OU's rise to the top of the Big 8 under legendary head coach Billy Tubbs. Known for leading raucous crowds and performing zany antics, Top Daug experienced two runs to the Final Four (1988 and 2002), four regular season conference titles and six conference tournament crowns.

Our unisex tees run true to size. If you're looking for a roomier fit, we suggest sizing up!

Chest Width Body Length Shoulder Width
XS 16" 26.75" 16"
S 18" 27.75" 17"
M 20" 28.75" 18"
L 22" 29.75" 19"
XL 24" 30.75" 20"
2XL 26" 31.75" 21"
3XL 28" 32.75" 22"
4XL 30" 33.75" 23"

Heather: 50% Cotton, 50% Polyester

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!

Want it Blank?

Core Collection Tee $28.00

With our new Core Collection, you can now buy any of our famously soft tees without graphics.

Premium Fabrics

We don't take any shortcuts to ensure that your tees and fleece are made with the softest, coziest fabric (trust us, it will have you coming back time and time again).

Hand-packed in Indianapolis

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

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07/30/2022
Ryan
United States United States

Perfect for OU Basketball Fans

If you grew up going to OU basketball games during a certain period you have a lot of affection for Top Daug. This shirt definitely does justice to the old basketball mascot.