The grateful dead dancing bears weekend tee in vintage white
The Grateful Dead Bears are some of the most loved symbols associated with the band. While we all use the term ‘dancing bears’, it’s been revealed that the bears’ stride (obviously) shows high-stepped marching. Created for the back cover of History of the Grateful Dead, Vol. 1, artist Bob Thomas captured the Deadhead culture with some very irresistible cuteness — dancing, laughing, marching arm in arm in solidarity. The iconic rainbow symbols prancing across our vintage fitting weekend tee offers some pretty warm fuzzy feels. We can even bet that when you wear this tee, you’ll be looking just as happy as these cuddly bears.
- Made from 100% cotton, with a perfect hand feel and worn in look
- An intentionally oversized tee, made from a heavier loose knit cotton jersey with a classic crew neckline and slightly longer sleeves - perfect for cuffing. Made to fit you big, there’s no need to size up to achieve your borrowed from the boys look.
- Made by your team of Daydreamers, right here in Los Angeles
- Size S measures chest width: 19 3/4" length: 26"