TEXAS HOOK 'EM HORNS T-SHIRT

Chip & Pepper
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TEXAS HOOK 'EM HORNS T-SHIRT

$38
$28 Gilt
Size (Men Alpha):
Men's Tops
Men Alpha US (chest) EU
XXS 33 43
XS 34 - 36 44 - 46
S 36 - 38 46 - 48
M 39 - 41 49 - 51
L 42 - 44 52 - 54
XL 45 - 47 55 - 57
XXL 48 - 50 58 - 60
XXXL 52 62
  • s
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    US (chest) 36 - 38
    EU 46 - 48
  • m
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    US (chest) 39 - 41
    EU 49 - 51
  • l
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    US (chest) 42 - 44
    EU 52 - 54
  • xl
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    US (chest) 45 - 47
    EU 55 - 57
Color:
grey
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Description
Designer

Short sleeve crewneck "Hook Em' Horns" Texas tee with signature Texas mascot. Designed to produce a vintage appearance. 26 inches from shoulder to hem.

Material: 50% Polyester, 37% Cotton, 13% Rayon

Brand: Chip & Pepper

Origin: United States

Since 1964, Chip & Pepper Foster, the Canadian twins behind their eponymous label, have done more than most of us will ever do. They started working in their father’s pickle factory in Manitoba but, already by age 16, began selling shoes to their classmates. In 1983, the duo moved to selling beachwear out of their trunk to — strangely — hosting a cartoon program on NBC before devoting themselves fully to their burgeoning clothing line. One of the first brands to start using affordable vintage denim, Chip & Pepper’s jeans reference both the pair’s past — a recent style is called Picklewagon — while appealing to a general contemporary SoCal crowd.