60s Harborfields High Champion Running Man Sweatshirt Large
Chest 23 in.
Length 22 in.
Sleeve 19 in.
Content: 100% Cotton
Tag Brand: Champion
This vintage high school sweatshirt dates all the way back to 1967, which makes it over half a century old! The sweatshirt celebrates Harborfields High School and their class of 1967. The shirt was also made by the popular sportswear company Champion and it features Champion's old running man logo which was retired after the 1960s, a great example of just how old and unique this vintage find is.
Harborfields was established in Greenlawn, New York in 1956, making 1960 the year of its first graduating class. That first class actually used the building while construction on the school was still being finalized. The school is home to the Harborfields Tornadoes and over the years, there's been a handful of notable alumni to graduate from the school. Some former Tornadoes include palm pilot inventor, Jeff Hawkins, New York senator John J. Flanagan, NY hardcore guitarist Brian "Mitts" Daniels, and the Elusive Chanteuse herself, miss Mariah Carey.
Fits like a modern unisex adult large. This shirt is distressed with paint stains and holes, see pics.