Steel Wheels is a record by The Rolling Stones. It came out in 1989, nearly three decades after the band was formed by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. While the Stones had already made an obscene amount of records, Steel Wheels was kind of a return to form for the band. Jagger and Richards had been beefing prior to the recording, with each member starting out a new solo career, but they settled their differences and moved forward returning all focus to the Stones. This vintage shirt, nicely worn and faded in great condition, is from the tour in support of that album and features Stones in classic form on the front and their iconic tongue logo and their record cover on the back.