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Eagles Greatest Hits Blue T-shirt

Addecd on June 5, 2014 in Rock Band T-Shirts
$29.95 Add To Cart
Amazon.com price at April 27, 2017 9:53 pm UTC -Details

This slate blue short-sleeve t-shirt features the album cover from their ‘Greatest Hits’ album, with the signature skull printed on the front. Classic rock band The Eagles members Don Henley, Glenn Frey and later Joe Walsh, created hit songs ‘Life in The Fast Lane’, ‘New Kid In Town’, and ‘Heartache Tonite’. The albums ‘Hell Freezes

This slate blue short-sleeve t-shirt features the album cover from their ‘Greatest Hits’ album, with the signature skull printed on the front. Classic rock band The Eagles members Don Henley, Glenn Frey and later Joe Walsh, created hit songs ‘Life in The Fast Lane’, ‘New Kid In Town’, and ‘Heartache Tonite’. The albums ‘Hell Freezes Over’ and ‘Live’ are rock music staples. An American rock band formed in the 70’s from LA, California with numerous #1 singles and albums to their credit, the Eagles were one of the most successful bands at the time, and their music continues to be immensely popular. ‘Hotel California’ has gone platinum 16 TIMES, and is featured on ‘Guitar Hero’. The song is also #37 on the Rolling Stone list “The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.” A great shirt for a timeless band.

Product Features

  • Eagles t-shirt printed with the band’s skull design, and the band name printed above in white outline
  • 100% pre-shrunk cotton, high quality silkscreen won’t crack or fade
  • Officially licensed Eagles merchandise
  • Awesome gift for the Eagles or classic rock fan

Comments

amos brearly says:

nice looking shirt love the graphic and has it all to make a great retro looking eagles shirt…..except the fit and fabric. if it was a softer fabric and a more slim fitting shirt it would be 5 stars.

D. Parent says:

OK Quality T-shirt But a Little Too Small I found the quality to be acceptable, especially considering the price point and uniqueness. It is described as “Heavy Cotton” by Gildan, the manufacturer, but that is debatable. It’s made in Haiti and imported into Mexico for sale to the US. The iron-on-decal is adequate, and although nothing really special, seems to be impregnated solidly into the material. I can’t see this flaking off anytime soon. The washing directions include statements like “turn it inside out” and “dry with medium heat”. The shirt size runs a little small, especially the crew neck opening. I have a 41″ chest, 13″ arms, and 15-3/4″ neck, so I typically wear a large shirt and have plenty of room, but after one delicate washing and low-heat drying, it is almost too small for me to wear especially around the neck. I believe some shrinkage is typical for an “all cotton” T-shirts, but if I were to do it over, I would have purchased an XL.

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