The area of today's Ridgewood has been a border town since the 16th Century. The Kings/Queens line has been redrawn many times, with the neighborhood moving back and forth between the boroughs. In 1979, after successfully petitioning the city, Ridgewood was finally granted a Queens postal code.
This shirt pays homage to that year, as well as the Ridgewood Grove Boxing Arena, which from 1926 to 1956 hosted bouts between future champs and Golden Gloves contenders.
This design is also available as a t-shirt.
Hand screened on black Tultex tank. 60/40 cotton/polyester.
Chest is measured pit to pit and height is from scoop collar to end of shirt. If you're unsure of which you should buy we recommend going one size up. Please note: our tanks run smaller than our t-shirts!
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