Vintage 1970s Purdue Pete Mackey Arena Tee
Vintage 1970s Purdue Pete Mackey Arena Tee

Vintage 1970s Purdue Pete Mackey Arena Tee

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Purdue featured this playful Pete illustration on a basketball game program from 1973, one year after Purdue renamed their arena after Guy “Red” Mackey. Mackey Arena opened in 1967 as Purdue Arena as a new home for Boilermakers basketball to replace Lambert Fieldhouse. The arena’s shape and aluminum dome helps amplify the Paint Crew and other raucous fans, making Mackey one of the loudest arenas to play in.

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"

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