TEX Retro Tee - Cement - Retro Austin Apparel

| /


  • This high quality, tri-blend shirt is part of our Classic Collegiate series. If you attended school in Austin from 1990-2005, you had the honor of hearing Bill Livingston's voice when registering for classes. TEX (Telephone Enrollment eXchange) was introduced in 1990 as a cutting edge technology to register for classes. And by cutting edge, we mean touch-tone phone. You could also receive your grades ('F' as in Frank will forever be emblazoned in my memory), pay fees and request emergency loans. And, of course, there was the legendary sign off, "thank you for calling. Goodbye and good luck."
  • Color: Cement (darker shade of white)
  • Material: 50% polyester, 25% airlume combed and ring-spun cotton, and 25% rayon.
  • This is a high quality, tri-blend shirt. These shirts are a softer, more breathable material. This provides a more comfortable, fit feel. These quality tees are form fitting and there is minor shrinkage in the dryer.
  • Designed and printed in Austin, TX.
Size Guide

Stay connected with our newsletter