New Year's Eve 1993 at the Oakland Coliseum was a night of music by like-minded bands plus a nightclub comedian known for his grating, goofball persona. Butthole Surfers enjoyed the dubious honor of being one of the most "twisted and depraved acts..." to surface from the underbelly of the shock-rock genre, and underground rock band Chokebore had recently released hit single, Nobody/Throats. Nirvana rounded out the evening and had just released In Utero, providing the inspiration for Rossit's poster design.
Men's t-shirts are made using the finest combed ringspun cotton to give you the softest, smoothest t-shirt around. A select few are a polyester-cotton blend which increases the t-shirts stretch and softness. These shirts are designed to fit like they did in the 70's and 80's, tailored to the body for a more youthful fit. We suggest thinking a size up when ordering these tees. Our "full cut" shirts are a little more forgiving like the classic beefy tee. The quality and feel remain the same. Be sure to check out our sizing chart to help assure that you'll get the perfect fit on the first try.
Should a tee not fit on the first try, we offer a quick and easy return policy (domestic orders only).