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Stadium Tour Hoodie

Buffalo is a rock and roll city at it’s core and no one is more rock and roll than the Mafia. Celebrate one hell of a 2020-21 season in style with our “almost vintage” Stadium Tour hoodie.


This product is currently out of stock and unavailable.


Front and back, 11 screens total go into producing this beautiful almost vintage hoodie.

Print may overlap kangaroo pouch on smaller sizes.


  • Mid-weight hoodie; under 5% shrinkage
  • 8.25 oz., 100% ringspun cotton.
  • Raglan sleeves
  • Double-needle top stitch on all seams, matching draw cord
  • 1×1 ribbing at sleeve, cuff and waistband
  • Laundered for superior hand-feel, side seamed construction

Vintage Wash
These shirts achieve their authentic look and feel through special dye and mineral wash processes, which create unique and natural variances in texture, distress, and shade. These are intentional and not considered defective. Please take care as the colors may transfer. Wash separately. Avoid contact with pale fabric & surfaces, and follow the care instructions.

Campaign Dates
Campaign ends February 28th. We ask for 14 days after close of the campaign to get shirts printed and shipped. Thanks for your support!

$5 from every shirt sold will be donated to the Matt Urban Center, info below.

If you need help with a different size/garment/etc, please contact us on either Instagram or Twitter.

Featured Artist

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Rob Dumo

Rob is a local illustrator/caricature artist and long-time collaborator. His illustrations are featured in this item!

Vendor Partner

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Kitty Box Press

Our screen printer extraordinaire, who played an integral part in bringing this item to life.

Charitable Donation

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Matt Urban Center

The Matt Urban Center has been proudly serving East Buffalo, the Town of Cheektowaga and West Seneca for the past 44 years. We continue to fulfill our mission of revitalizing neighborhoods, serve families and change lives by bringing together public and private resources in an effort to assist community residents in becoming self-sustaining.