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Atari Branded Blue & White T-Shirt review

Published 31 August 2019


We review this classic Atari branded t-shirt that was available for a short time from a large Australian fashion chain in 2019. The Atari t-shirt is an official licensed product. Atari fashion colors on this retro-gaming t-shirt are blue and white.

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Atari retro T-shirt review

Atari brand T-Shirt Details

This t-shirt caused a bit of a stir on Twitter when we posted it. At first, we thought that this may be bring up some retro-Atari noise, however to our surprise, it was the colors of the t-shirt that really caused a stir. The Atari branded t-shirt has a white base with a strong blue shoulder color and a bright red blob in the centre. These colors are like the U.S. sports team's colors. Hey, that can only be a good thing, right?

Model: Atari logo
Company: Design Works
Description: Never Forget retro t-shirt
Country of Origin: China
Material 100% Cotton
Size: 2XL
Purchased: 2019

Gallery of the Atari logo t-shirt

Never Forget T-shirt full front image
Atari logo T-shirt
Never Forget thermal print close up
logo print close up
Never Forget Feeling Good Tees close up
t-shirt inset and tag close up

Review of the Atari logo T-Shirt

It is bright, blue and boldly Atari. The print is clear and classic and makes its point quick smart. Overall, we award this t-shirt a well deserved Angry Alien™.

Angry Alien(TM) approves

Article tags: retro-gaming retro-fashion

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