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1972 Vintage Cincinnati Royals Sweatshirt

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1972 Vintage Cincinnati Royals Sweatshirt

By Vintage Brand™ not affiliated with or sponsored by Cincinnati Royals
In April 1957, the Rochester Royals moved to Cincinnati, a city that was then trying to obtain an NBA expansion franchise. This move followed a well-received regular-season game played at Cincinnati Gardens on February 1, 1957. Cincinnati, which had a strong college basketball fanbase then, and no NFL franchise to compete with (until the Bengals joined in 1970 after two seasons in the AFL), was deemed the best choice for the Harrisons, who also considered other cities. The Royals name continued to fit in Cincinnati, often known as the "Queen City".
Color: Charcoal

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In April 1957, the Rochester Royals moved to Cincinnati, a city that was then trying to obtain an NBA expansion franchise. This move followed a well-received regular-season game played at Cincinnati Gardens on February 1, 1957. Cincinnati, which had a strong college basketball fanbase then, and no NFL franchise to compete with (until the Bengals joined in 1970 after two seasons in the AFL), was deemed the best choice for the Harrisons, who also considered other cities. The Royals name continued to fit in Cincinnati, often known as the "Queen City".
Product details
Rep your favorite retro team or mascot with our ultra soft and lightweight French Terry fabric, perfect for a vintage, lived-in feel. The Men's Vintage Brand Raglan Crew Sweatshirt is perfect for all seasons.
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  • Lightweight (7.2 oz)
  • 66/34 Polyester ane Ring-Spun Cotton Pre-shrunk French Terry
  • Soft ring-spun snow heather French Terry fabric for a vintage, lived-in feel
  • Tear away label
  • Men's Sizing
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