Jackie Robinson #42 Brooklyn Photo Tee - Roots of Fight

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6510-M-TEE-VWT-01

Jackie Robinson #42 Brooklyn Photo Tee

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Size Chart Cotton T-shirt

 Roots of Fight Logo, the letter R above OF

 SIZE CHEST LENGTH
XS 18 - 19" 26 - 27"
S
19 - 20"
27 - 28"
M
20 - 21"
28 - 29"
L
21 - 22"
29 - 30"
XL
22 - 23"
30 - 31"
2XL
23 - 24"
31 - 32"
3XL
24 - 25"
32 - 33"
4XL
25 - 26"
33 - 34"

 

Size: S
Color: Vintage White
Vintage White

“Above all else, I hate to lose.”

It’s well known that Jackie Robinson broke baseball’s color barrier, yet what he did after is what made him the icon he became. As a rookie with the Dodgers in post-war America in 1947, Robinson slowly — pitch by pitch, base by base, ballpark by ballpark — changed something more than the game. He changed attitudes. As a pioneer in baseball, he became the floodgate for social change. In a very real sense, he paved the way for generations to come, while standing as salvation for the generations that came before him.

Did we mention he won Rookie of the Year in 1947? Bigger than the game!

Officially licensed by Jackie Robinson.

DETAILS

  • Printed in the USA
  • 100% Cotton
  • Color of actual product may vary from photo
  • Wash with cold water
  • Hang to dry
  • Model is wearing size M

SHIPPING/RETURNS

  • Allow up to 3 to 5 business days for order processing
  • Sale items can be exchanged for a different size in the same style only
  • No refunds or store credits will be issued for sale or discounted items
  • Purchaser is responsible for any applicable duty charges
  • Items may be delivered via separate shipments

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I absolutely love this product. It’s nice and affordable. Excellent quality. This is my 6th order and counting…, true Jackie Robinson fan.

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Mareo A.

The shirts Root of fight are amazing give you a peace of history and rediscover of sports athletes in the past.