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'The Showman' Legacy Crewneck Tee

Regular price $100.00

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28 in stock

Washing Tip

Your Hillclimber Crewneck has embroidery and felt appliqué.

While durable for machine wash, we suggest washing inside out, cold (30°) and lay flat to dry.

Sizing Chart

In order to best determine fit, we advise comparing our garment’s measurements to a similar garment you already own. Lay your garment flat and take all measurements from the outside of the garment.

Easy 30-day Returns


You are welcome to exchange product for product, or store credit, within 30 days from purchase with original or email receipt. Alternatively, you may return products for a refund within 14 days from purchase with original or email receipt. Items must be unworn, unwashed, unused and have the original tags intact. Please note customer is responsible for shipping costs of online returns.

The Showman

“Anybody can jump a motorcycle. The trouble begins when you try to land it.” - E.K.

Anybody can print a cheap T-shirt. OUR shirts are called the 'Legacy Tee' for good reason. It took trial and error to develop our custom tailored fit, a perfect balance of weight and comfort. You're welcome.

  • Super fine 100% cotton jersey
  • Contrasting neck insert
  • 'Evel' Felt Appliqué on left chest
  • Old school soft print, shoulders and back
  • Pre-shrunk for lasting fit
  • Hand-forged with pride


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Our Evel Knievel™ Collection is inspired by his legacy, a symbol of bravery and adventure.

At eight years old, Bobby Craig Knievel attended a Joie Chitwood Auto Daredevil Show. The American race car driver and daredevil inspired Knievel to race his bicycle around the grisly, mining-scarred town of Butte, Montana.

His passion for motorcycles led to the debut of ‘Evel Knievel and his Motorcycle Daredevils’ was on January 23, 1966, at the National Date Festival in Indio, California. Evel performed wheelies, crashed through plywood firewalls and jumped over two pick-up trucks. The show was a huge success. 

 New Year’s Eve 1967 was first of his most famous stunts at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, a 141ft motorcycle jump over the hotel’s iconic fountain. It did not go as planned, with Knievel crashing upon landing. He suffered severe injuries but the televised crash brought Knievel’s fame to a whole new level.

The details tell a story

It's a fascinating process, the building of a garment. It starts with fabric, cut into pieces that passes through many hands, stitched thousands of times and scraped with ink.

But in the end, it becomes greater than all its parts. It tells a great story of design, craftsmanship and passion.

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