Vintage OSU “I’m a Beaver Believer” Tee
Vintage OSU “I’m a Beaver Believer” Tee

Vintage OSU “I’m a Beaver Believer” Tee

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Regular price$36.00

  • Free exchanges

We found this retro beaver on old OSU baseball hats and thought he was too good to not feature on a super comfy tee. There’s no better way to show your love for the beavers! Dam Right! 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"

Triblend: 50% Cotton, 37% Polyester, 13% Rayon

All products will ship from Indianapolis. Free exchanges!

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

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The Greatest Purchase I've Ever Made

Soft and comfortable and featuring the angriest looking ****** I've ever seen, Oregon State was the addition to the Homefield Pantheon that I had been eagerly waiting years for. I fell in love with Oregon State during my undergraduate years when my nutritional intake consisted of Doritos by the bag, leftover Chinese food (pour one out for the glories of Easy Place Chinese that unfortunately no longer exists thanks to a spectacular grease fire and the best orange chicken and crab rangoons I've ever tasted) and far too much Southern Comfort. It was the latter days of the Mike Riley era, when Pac-12 After Dark was in it's infancy and a person could stay up until the wee hours of the morning and pound a Red Bull or four and be just fine the next day. It was glorious. They were Beavers. They wore orange. They were the non-fancy pants school in Oregon. The school of the working class. I will always and forever be an Oregon State fan. I also didn't tell my wife what I had purchased. The look on her face when I turned around, revealing the t-shirt to her was worth every penny I spent securing this t-shirt. It's also worth noting that I, a cornfed Midwestern man, have never been to Oregon in my life. Go Beavers!