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Old 12-05-2021, 11:25 AM
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Arrow 1984 Tour shirt for sale

This is pretty cool and extremely rare which I suppose justifies the price? Anyway, it looks like its almost falling apart but what a cool artifact. I had a Wild Heart shirt that I never wore and hung on my wall. After about 20 years it was so thin it was literally falling apart. Looks like the same thing is happening to this shirt. Now if was the Christine 1984 pleather tour jacket, I might be snatching it up


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Old 12-05-2021, 11:58 AM
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This is pretty cool and extremely rare which I suppose justifies the price? Anyway, it looks like its almost falling apart but what a cool artifact. I had a Wild Heart shirt that I never wore and hung on my wall. After about 20 years it was so thin it was literally falling apart. Looks like the same thing is happening to this shirt. Now if was the Christine 1984 pleather tour jacket, I might be snatching it up


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Same. It's weird that they disintegrate without even being worn. I have two Tusk shirts, and a Wild Heart shirt, and there's barely anything left of them. Not that my fat ass can get in them now, anyway.
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Old 12-05-2021, 01:47 PM
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Same. It's weird that they disintegrate without even being worn. I have two Tusk shirts, and a Wild Heart shirt, and there's barely anything left of them. Not that my fat ass can get in them now, anyway.
There is an original Wild Heart tour shirt for sale on Ebay for $200. But I dont think any of these shirts would survive one wash

As a teen of the 80s who saw lots of concerts, the early 80s had much more quality shirts than the late 80s. I remember even in 1986 surprised how cheaply made the RAL tour shirts were.
Although my 1987 "Another Link In the Chain" tour shirt (with cities on back) was pretty good and held up to constant washes for years.

I just remembered something. I did not see the Mirage tour but bought the tour shirt at Spencer gifts at the mall about a year or so after the tour. Man the stuff you could buy at malls back in the day. I remember I had this giant sketch of Stevie Nicks at a microphone that someone was selling in the mall along with other artists. So rare and so cool. Long live the 80s!!!!
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Old 12-05-2021, 04:32 PM
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I just remembered something. I did not see the Mirage tour but bought the tour shirt at Spencer gifts at the mall about a year or so after the tour. Man the stuff you could buy at malls back in the day. I remember I had this giant sketch of Stevie Nicks at a microphone that someone was selling in the mall along with other artists. So rare and so cool. Long live the 80s!!!!
Ooh sh*t, I forgot. I also have a Mirage shirt. I wasn't skinny back then, but add 30 lbs to now, and there's NO WAY I can get that sh*t on now. Talk about making it disintegrate! Boom. Stevie's on the wall!!!

Hey, that's not a bad idea!
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I still have a shirt from Christine's '84 tour too except mine is short sleeve and grey (although it's way too small for me to fit into). I also have a poster that I got at the show.
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They'd have to pay me to take anymore clothes in my place.
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Until he had that heart shaped garden built for you, then charged you for it being done!
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For $349! Egads.
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What's that number mean? you lost me...
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That went right Over My Head!
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Youíre out of your mindó& itís only over me.
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Youíre out of your mindó& itís only over me.
There's no way that I could stop.
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