Band Shirts Queen Classic Crest T-Shirt Black

Band Shirts
€21,95 Ex. VAT & Duty
Either they bring back memories of back in the day, or you're still actively rocking to them: our bandshirts!

This amazing Queen t-shirt is decorated with the famous logo, that Freddie designed himself right before the release of the first album in 1973, super retro indeed ;) Our band shirts are officially licensed and made from 100% cotton with a slight stretch, making them always appear on top of the pile.

The ultimate Queen!

Materias: 100% cotton. Washing instructions: Wash at 30 degrees Celsius, do not machine dry, do not bleach, do not iron.
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