Peacefulpremium – Texas Tech Red Raiders Gameday Couture Shirt

When I lived in Galway in the Texas Tech Red Raiders Gameday Couture Shirt moreover I love this 1970s, there were still a couple of shops (Ó Máille’s on Dominick Street, Sonny Molloy’s on High Street) that sold them, mainly to older countrymen from Aran or Connemara. Galway was a center of Irish folk and traditional music (this was the era of Planxty, the Bothy Band and local heroes Dé Danann), and the collarless shirts became popular with musicians. From there they spread into the broader population, or least, the sector of the population that was into the arts, pharmaceutical experimentation, and the craic. They were good shirts: warm, inexpensive, and made of durable flannel. It was the fashion in the ’70s to wear them with an unbuttoned waistcoat (“vest” in American), which could be picked up from a second-hand shop or Ó Máille’s.