Vintage Iron Maiden 1995 "Upstaging" Long Sleeve Shirt

Iron Maiden are a heavy metal band founded in 1975 in London. They are important in ushering in the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, alongside Motörhead, Pagan Altar, and Def Leppard. In 1995, the band released their tenth album, The X Factor, on EMI. Bruce Dickinson had left the band and was replaced by new singer Blaze Bayley. It has since been certified Silver in the UK. The band went on tour in support of the album from 1995 to 1996, calling the run the "X Factour." It was an extensive, year-long international run. This  vintage Iron Maiden long sleeve, in great condition with a bit of wear and fading, originally belonged to a crew member on the band's tour in support of their tenth album The X Factor

Dimensions: 24.50" Wide by 27" Long 

Tag Size: XL

Country of Origin: N/A

Brand: Screen Wear