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  • "Hot Pants Patrol" Tee

    • Bring back the Hot Pants Patrol!!! Debuting on April 10, 1971 - the first game ever played at Veteran's Stadium, this group of young attractive usherettes showed lucky phans to their seats all the way up until 1982. The Hot Pants Patrol brought the crowds out in droves with an easy-on-the-eyes uniform that consisted of a red mini-skirt jumpsuit and white go-go boots. Although they may have retired four decades ago, the iconic the Hot Pants Patrol still lives on in our hearts and on this super soft retro t-shirt.

      See more jawns like this in our Philly Baseball collection.

      *This product is made especially for you as soon as you place an order, which is why it may take us up to 1-2 weeks to deliver it to you. Making products on demand instead of in bulk helps reduce overproduction, so thank you for making thoughtful purchasing decisions and for supporting small businesses.

    • Say hello to your new favorite t-shirt: the Bella Canvas 3001. Once you put this sucker on, you're gonna be like a fat kid at the pool 'cause you'll just never wanna take it off. This best-selling unisex tee is everything you've dreamed of and more - soft, lightweight, just the right amount of stretch, and flattering for all. So comfortable that I've told my family to bury me in one of these jawns once rooting for the Sixers eventually kills me.

      1. Designed by real Philadelphians after a few rounds of Yuengling to inspire creativity
      2. 100% combed and ring-spun cotton (heathers are a cotton / poly blend) for a pre-shrunk fabric so soft and lightweight we challenge you not to hold it against your cheek whilst saying, “ooooohhhh… aaahhhhhhh…”
      3. Unisex, retail fit that feels just like a hug from Mike Schmidt's mustache
      4. Classic crewneck style because v-necks are more of a douchey NYC / L.A. thing
      5. Printed with certified, eco-friendly ink (unlike our competitors whose inks are loaded with pesticides, asbestos, and plutonium).
      6. Phillygoat branded logo on left sleeve so you know it's not a cheap knock-off
      7. Definitely not made in a sweatshop, but we are looking into ways we can force the children of Cowboys fans into cheap labor
    • We print all of our designs using only the highest quality inks and finest threads in the game so that your shirt is both eye-popping and long-lasting. Follow these instructions carefully to keep that jawn looking like new for as long as possible:

      1. Machine wash cold, inside-out on a gentle cycle with like colors
      2. Use a mild detergent
      3. Use non-chlorine bleach only when necessary
      4. Do not use any fabric softeners
      5. Do not dry-clean
      6. Hang-dry works best to avoid shrinkage, but can be tumble-dried on a low cycle as needed
      7. If ironing, use cool iron inside-out. Do not iron the print.
      8. Do not attempt to eat, snort, or use as a suppository
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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 7 reviews
    Kelly ellis
    Hot pants t shirt

    This is amazing in the 70s my mom was one and brought me to the field when she worked , it looks like her so i gave it as a present and she loves it !!!

    Rosemarie Danver
    I’m loving this !!

    I am a former hot pants patrol gal!! I’m so excited to see this! What an era it was to be at the ballpark every game in the early 80s!!! Thanks so much for making this!!! 😘

    Peter Rossi
    Love it!

    Super cool design (especially for those of us who were there) and super fast delivery!

    George Atiyeh
    Great shirt!

    Got a lot of comments at the game while wearing it an actually met a former Hot Pants Patrol girl at the game!

    Still working for Phillies

    There's a HOT PANTS GIRL still working for the Phillies. This is her 50th Season, CHERYL HUGHES, is her name. She has good memories.