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1965 Vintage San Diego State Aztecs Women's T-Shirt

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1965 Vintage San Diego State Aztecs Women's T-Shirt

By Vintage Brand™ not affiliated with or sponsored by San Diego State Aztecs
Long before it was officially named SDSU, the San Diego Normal School began using the Aztec name for its mascot in 1925. It wasn’t until 1941 that the mascot evolved into the depiction that’s recognizable today of Montezuma, the warrior who ruled the Aztecs in the early 1500s. The Aztec warrior has been referred to by the nicknames "Monty" and "Zuma," which reference the word Montezuma, over the years.
Color: black

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Long before it was officially named SDSU, the San Diego Normal School began using the Aztec name for its mascot in 1925. It wasn’t until 1941 that the mascot evolved into the depiction that’s recognizable today of Montezuma, the warrior who ruled the Aztecs in the early 1500s. The Aztec warrior has been referred to by the nicknames "Monty" and "Zuma," which reference the word Montezuma, over the years.
Product details
This is not your ordinary t-shirt. The Women's Tri-Blend V-Neck T-shirt is made from a soft, lightweight jersey that features advanced moisture management performance and delivers lasting comfort and an easy style. Choose an exclusive design and wear your gear with pride.
  • 4.5 oz. 50/37/13 Poly/Cotton/Rayon
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  • Classic ladies' styling with a feminine neckline and sleeves
  • Side-seamed and slightly contoured for a flattering fit
  • 1 x 1 rib collar, shoulder-to-shoulder taping and two-needle hemmed sleeves and bottom
  • Wash with like colors in cold
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