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Vintage Atari "Interactive" T-Shirt

Atari was a video game company founded in the early 1970s by Nolan Bushnell and Ted Danny. They were famous for their early home gaming system and games, the most notable being Pong. Atari continued into the modern era of gaming while also branching out into computers briefly. They were eventually overshadowed by companies like Nintendo and Sega, but the Atari logo is a piece of classic gamer nostalgia, even for those who never got to play an Atari 2600. This shirt, from the late 90s with a missing tag and bleaching on the back of the sleeve, is for vintage and  new gamers alike. Fits like a M/L, please refer to measurements. 

Dimensions: 21.50" Wide by 27.25" Long 

Tag Size: N/A

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