50s Bowling Shirt from robust material with Johnny Cash embroidery and cool details.
When young John R. Cash and his "Tennessee Three" band recorded their first single 'Hey Porter' at Sam Phillips's 'SUN Records' studio, hardly anyone would have guessed that an extraordinary career of - the 50s musician had started at that moment, at this place. Pay tribute to the awesome Cash with this fantastic shirt.
Inspired by the bowling shirts of the 50s, this Rumble59 shirt is true to the classic style. Having a slightly shorter cut and convenient for throwing a bowl or when sipping a great cocktail. The 'The Man in Black' shirt design looks fabulous because of its two contrasting colors: black and beige. The back panel features lavish embroidery, matching the small embroided logo detail at the front. It's equipped with two buttons decorated flap pockets, short sleeves and contrasting folds at the sides. Above the left flap pocket there is the 'Rumble59' logo embroided to complete the great look of this shirt. The seams at the back feature adjustable straps for a perfect fit. In contrasting beige the folds at the back panel guarantee a great wearing comfort and an easy movement. Matching to all the awesome details are yoke at the back, the sleeve inserts and the buttons held in contrasting beige. And to hit the perfect peak: the buttons are bowling pin shaped - strike!
The Rumble59 Bowling Shirt's "The Man in Black" highlights at a glance:
Material: cotton blend
Composition: 65% cotton, 35% polyester
Color: black, beige
Robust but pleasing material: 200g/m˛
Elaborate embroidery on the back
Little embroidery on the front
Bowling pin shaped buttons
Classic short cut, with folds for ease of movement in back panel