2014 Radio Shirt

$ 18.99 $ 20.00


For the year of 2014 we decided to keep the shirt design simple and bold: a big ass radio!
Two Dollar Radio company logo

Our 2014 Radio shirts are handprinted by our friends at Alison Rose, a mom-and-pop's screen printing shop located right here where we are, in Clintonville, Columbus, Ohio.

PS: Machine wash warm, inside out, with like colors. Only non-chlorine bleach. Tumble dry low or line-dry to avoid shrinkage. Use medium iron but not directly on the inked area. No dry cleaning.

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Handprinted black print on Bella heather tri-blend tee. An extremely soft, comfy, flattering scoop-neck... a great fit and super durable. (Polyester retains shape and elasticity; cotton lends both comfort and durability; addition of rayon makes for a unique texture and drapes against the body for a slimming look.)

*Color: Heather Grey
Image shows a size Medium
*Nice long figure-flattering shirt
*3.4 oz.
*40 singles thread weight (vintage, lightweight, gym shirt feel!)
*50% polyester / 25% cotton / 25% rayon triblend
*Ribbed crewneck with set-in sleeves


Handprinted black print on Tultex blend tee. It's a super comfy. (Polyester retains shape and elasticity; cotton lends both comfort and durability.)

*Color: Heather Grey
Image shows a size Medium
*3.6 oz.
*30 singles thread weight (fine knit jersey!)
*65% polyester / 35% ring-spun cotton blend
*Ribbed crewneck
*Taped neck and shoulders
*Double-needle sleeves and bottom hem
*Tear Anywhere label

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Send us pics of you rocking this shirt! Send to orders [at] twodollarradio.com.

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