Vintage Madball "Demonstrating My Style" Basketball Jersey

Madball formed in the late 1980s when Freddy Cricien, Roger Miret's younger brother, would sing songs with Agnostic Front. Freddy was a pre-teen and signing with New York's hardest band. The band started as an AF side project but quickly became its own, with Hoya Roc, Matt Henderson, and Will Shepler rounding out the lineup. Madball released their sophomore LP, Demonstrating My Style, on Roadrunner Records in 1996. This was the band's last record with Vinnie Stigma on guitar. Despite a short break in the early 2000s, the band has continued on ever since, bringing real deal NYHC to the masses. This original Madball basketball jersey, in great condition with marks nears the bottom seam, is from the Demonstrating My Style era. 

Dimensions: 20" Wide by 29.75" Long 

Tag Size: 38/40

Country of Origin: Made in U.S.A.

Brand: Empire Sporting Goods