Vintage UCLA National Champions Basketball Tee

Vintage UCLA National Champions Basketball 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.

30 DAY RETURNS

30 DAY RETURNS

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

FREE EXCHANGES

FREE EXCHANGES

With an NCAA record eleven national championships, the UCLA Bruins are one of the most successful college basketball programs of all time. From 1964-1975, coach John Wooden led them to a level of success that will most likely never be matched. In those twelve seasons, the “Wizard of Westwood” guided such Bruin icons as Walt Hazzard, Gail Goodrich, Lew Alcindor, and Bill Walton to four undefeated seasons (1964, 1967, 1972, and 1973) and ten NCAA titles, including seven straight from 1967 to 1973. Coach Jim Harrick led Ed and Charles O’Bannon, Tyus Edney, and Toby Bailey to another in 1995 to add to the total. Celebrate Bruin basketball history in this comfy white tee, perfect for a trip to Pauley Pavilion.

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!

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