70s Stiff America Punk Record Label t-shirt Medium


Chest 18 in.

Length 26.5 in. 

Content: Feels like 100% cotton

Tag Brand: Unbranded

This white crewneck shirt has a graphic on the front of an American flag made up of the words "Stiff America". Down the right side, it says "Selected by shoplifters... Ignored by intellectuals". Stiff America was the American branch of British independent record label Stiff Records. The American branch started in 1978 and ceased in 1983. Both labels released punk rock and new wave albums from bands like The Pogues, Plasmatics, Simple Minds, Yello, Ian Dury & The Blockheads, and The Stranglers. Stiff America's parent label, Stiff Records, was known for its witty and provocative marketing, with slogans such as "We came, we saw, we left". 

This shirt fits like a modern unisex adult medium.

There is a repair on the shoulder, but this shirt is in otherwise excellent used condition. See pics. 

 

 

19-02-87967



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