Kurdt Long Sleeve - Deadstock Greyscale

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A soft and stretchy long sleeve made from contrasting deadstock cotton jersey. Featuring a vintage ribbed collar.

Grunge as a music genre first emerged in the Pacific Northwest region of the USA in the mid-1980s. This genre was heavily influenced by punk, metal, and alternative rock, with a sound that felt raw and intense to a jaded, rain-soaked PNW youth. Bands like Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden became the face of grunge, and the genre hit its mainstream peak in the early 1990s with the success of Nirvana's album Nevermind. The popularity of grunge was short lived, however, because the tragic loss of Kurt Cobain took the magic of grunge with it.

Kurt often called himself "Kurdt" as an inside joke. He drank strawberry milk, hated jocks, and loved to wear stripes. This shirt is dedicated to him. Look at some pictures of him in his most famous stripey looks here.

Care: Machine wash cold, hang dry. Do not use bleach.

*Please note that this is the only colorway of the Kurdt Long Sleeve that is offered in deadstock fabric. That means it may feel and hang a bit different from other Kurdt Long Sleeves you have in your closet. You can read more about deadstock fabric here.

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