AC/DC Highway to Hell Tricolor T-Shirt
AC/DC are an Australian rock band formed in Sydney in 1973 by Scottish-born brothers Malcolm and Angus Young.
Their music has elements of blues rock mixed in with their hard and heavy rock-n-roll beat. Their sound cannot be replicated. You know them from the first note of a song.
Released in 1979, Highway to Hell became the band's first album to break into the U.S. Top 100.
These Tricolor tees give off a vintage look and the tees are super soft and lightweight.
- Officially licensed merchandise
- Front graphic only
- Short sleeve
- Black t-shirt
- Small: Chest 35" | Length 26 3/4"
- Medium: Chest 38" | Length 28"
- Large: Chest 42" | Length 29"
- XL: Chest 46" | Length 30"
- Laura is wearing a medium
- Unisex fit
Fabric and Care
- 100% Cotton
- Machine wash cold
*Laura sings in a San Diego-based acoustic duo called Ophelia Vibe. Check them out!
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Our band tees are officially licensed. Meaning, the manufacturer has official permission to create a t-shirt using logos and photos of the bands they are licensed for.