Rose Bowl Stadium in Los Angeles is not only the mecca of football, but also the mecca of flea markets.

The flea market started at the Rose Bowl Stadium in 1968.

A vintage clothing lover found this Good Idea cut-and-sew with the print "FREE MARKET JUNKIE" added to the back of a '68 football cut-and-sew that he found at the flea market.

Rose Bowl Stadium has many items with the rose icon printed on the cut and sewn.

In the 70's, the silhouette gradually became narrower and narrower so that the footballs would be close to the skin as they were grabbed and held together.

In the 1960s, the silhouette was still wide enough to be comfortable, and it is this image that we have used to create this collection.

And nowadays, you can't even see the extremely thick ounce fabric.

The original fabric was made to look and feel like old clothes.

The white body is printed with an impregnated print.

The red body is an image of repeated fading and tanning in the stadium sunlight.
The cracked rubber prints transcend the vintage look and feel of old clothes.

Above items

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