By 1985, The Grateful Dead were an institution. Their reputation preceded them in that the culture surrounding the band was well established. Yes they had studio albums — by this point in 1985 they were in between their 11th and 12th records — but the thing about the Dead was to see them live. To see what Doug Irwin designed guitar Jerry Garcia would play. To see who was playing keys. To see what as going on in the parking lot. And, hopefully, to hear to a 20-minute rendition of "Darkstar." This Fall/Winter tour shirt features amazing fall-themed art on a perfectly faded tee backed with a bunch of shows that you know where amazing. If you were there, let everyone know. And if you couldn't make it, let everyone think you were.