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Vintage Proud To Be "Drug Free" Baseball Jersey

"Straight Edge" is a song written by Minor Threat in 1981. The song talks about not drinking alcohol or smoking or using "a crutch." It was a personal statement but one that quickly became a philosophy. By the time the 1990s rolled around, straight edge was a singular idea with many interpretations. They all agreed, though, that it meant not doing drugs. And some people were proud of that. This vintage straight edge baseball jersey, in excellent condition, is for those who are proud to be drug free.

100% Polyester

Dimensions: 26" Wide by 29.75" Long 

Tag Size: XXL

Country of Origin: Made in D.R.

Brand: N/A

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