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Vintage Texas A&M Mascot Swim Trunks - 1950s Large Sarge White Pattern

Vintage Texas A&M Mascot Swim Trunks - 1950s Large Sarge White Pattern

By Rivalry Week Outfitters not affiliated with or Sponsored by any school or team

Regular price $72.50 USD
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Experience nostalgia with the Vintage Texas A&M Mascot Swim Trunk. Featuring restored 1950s artwork of Sarge, this swimwear showcases the iconic Old School of Sarge in his big hat and huge chin. Texas A&M's mascot, Reveille, first appeared in 1931 and has become a symbol of Aggie pride. Perfect for sports apparel enthusiasts, these trunks celebrate the rich history of Texas A&M's athletics and its storied College Station campus. Relive the glory days of the Aggies with this timeless piece that combines history and style.

Rivalry Week Outfitters and its products are not affiliated with, licensed, sponsored, or endorsed by any college, university or licensing entity.

Material

Our brand new swim trunks are composed of 91% recycled polyester and 9% spandex, with a liner of 92% polyester and 8% spandex. Designed with four-way stretch, water-repellent microfiber fabric, they feature an elastic waistband with a drawcord for an optimal fit. The anti-chafe mesh inner liner and mesh pockets add to their functionality and comfort.

Sizing

Size (in.) A - Waist  B - Front Rise C - Length D Inseam
2XS 11 ¾ 11 ¾ 16 ⅞ 6 ½

XS

12 ⅝ 12 17 ⅛ 6 ½
S 13 ⅜ 12 ¼ 17 ⅜ 6 ½
M 14 ⅛ 12 ⅜ 17 ½ 6 ½
L 15 ¾ 12 ¾ 18 ⅛ 6 ½
XL 17 ⅜ 13 ⅜ 18 ¾ 6 ⅞
2XL 18 ⅞ 13 ¾ 19 ¼ 6 ⅞
3XL 20 ½ 14 ⅜ 20 ⅛ 7 ⅛
4XL 22 14 ¾ 20 ½ 7 ⅛
5XL 23 ⅝ 15 ⅜ 21 ¼ 7 ¼
6XL 25 ¼ 15 ¾ 21 ⅝ 7 ¼

Size guide below shows measurements when product is laid flat. Actual measurements may vary by up to 1"

Swim Trunks Size Guide

Measure Yourself (below):

Swim Trunks Body Measurement Guide

A Waist: Place the tape on the narrowest part of the waist and measure around.

B Hips: Put the beginning of the tape measure on one hip and bring the tape across the fullest part of the hips back to where you started measuring.

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