90s Ski Philadelphia White Skyline Sweatshirt Large


Chest 21 in.

Length 22.5 in. 

Content: 50% cotton, 50% polyester

Tag Brand: Grand Illusion

This white sweatshirt is from the 90s and features the text "Ski Philadelphia" with a graphic of people skiing from one snow-covered skyscraper to the next. The shirt features a graphic of the Blue Cross-Blue Shield Tower or IBX Tower, the headquarters for Independence Blue Cross, now renamed the G. Fred DiBona Jr. building in 2005 in honor of the late CEO. The 45-story tower was designed by WZMH Group Architects in 1990 and is among the tallest buildings in Philadelphia. The shirt also features a second tower that was included in the original plan to be located at 1919 Market Street but never came to fruition.

This sweatshirt fits like a modern unisex adult large.

Small spots on the bottom, see pics.

 

 

SS-86584



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