Fuck off T-shirt . This rad shirt features an amazing dye-sublimated photographic print. The photo shows a skydiver after they’ve deployed their parachute to come in for the landing. Parachuting is at once a recreational activity, a competitive sport, and a necessary part of military and official operations. A handful of folks parachute as part of their jobs, like “smokejumpers.” Smokejumpers are a specially rained division of forest firefighters who are inserted near fires via parachute. For those of us who aren’t professional skydivers and just want to experience a thrill, newcomers can give parachuting a try after logging 4-8 hours of ground training.The 1995-96 Bulls are often remembered as one of the greatest NBA teams ever assembled, and they set a new record for most wins by an NBA team in a regular season. Their impressive 72 win record stood unmatched for the next 20 years. The Bulls took on the Seattle SuperSonics in the NBA Finals, and wound up winning four games to two. This victory kickstarted the Bulls’ second three-peat of the 90s.
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Fuck off T-shirt . This awesome graphic tee is a keepsake from the 2nd Annual Southern Regional Ski Show Reunion in 1994. The Southern Regional Show Ski championships are sanctioned by Team USA Water Ski & Wake Sports. Show ski is a popular form of water skiing, especially in the Great Lakes region, that involves choreography, music, and storytelling while on the water. Show ski has been described as “aquatic Broadway musicals,” and the performances often involve a cast of 30+ performers. The Southern Regional championships are often held in Florida.This rad graphic tee reps the former WNBA team, the Utah Starzz. The Starzz were based in Salt Lake City from the league’s inception in 1997 until 2022. The team was founded as a sister team to the Utah Jazz, hence the double z’s in “Starzz.” The Utah Starzz couldn’t find a permanent home with the Jazz’s ownership so they moved to San Antonio, then Las Vegas where they were renamed the Aces. Since 1997, the franchise has won one WNBA championship title and one conference championship.
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