80s Vision Street Wear Skateboard Logo Distressed t-shirt Small

$149.99 USD

Chest 18 in.

Length 24 in.

Content: 100% Cotton

Tag Brand: Vision Street Wear

This sweet double-sided tee was made by the skate apparel brand Vision Street Wear. Vision originated in the 70s, as a skateboard company created by Brad Dorfman, and this cool shirt was made in the 80s, around the time the brand started gaining significant attention. It was during this decade that Vision premiered their first ever pro model skateboard, and they collaborated with pro skater, Mark "The Gonz" Gonzales to create several pro board models. It was also during this era that Vision expanded into apparel, as a way to capitalize off the rising popularity of skate culture. Thus the Vision Street Wear brand was born.

During the mid 80s, when Vision was designing their first board for Gonzales, they also released their iconic "Psycho Stick" model. Many people know the Vision Psycho Stick thanks to its appearance on the cover for INXS's sixth studio album, Kick, released in 1987.

Fits like a modern unisex adult oversized small. This shirt is distressed with several small holes throughout, see pics.