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Looking at this navy blue Karate shirt I can't help but think of Karl Douglas' 1974 hit "Kung Fu Fighting." Sure this shirt a little newer than that, but you can bet the original owner knew every line of that song. This memento is not from some patty cake All Valley Karate Tournament. No, it is from the US Open Karate Battle of the Superstars. If you had any doubt about the ferocity of the competition, check out the stern-faced karate kicker on the front of this shirt, he is ALL business. First place probably got a 4ft gold plastique trophy, the second place trophy was a measly two feet, and the third place guy probably threw his ribbon and medal in the trash on the way out of the arena.

Made in the USA by Anvil - 100 cotton.

No holes, fraying, or fading. The logo looks nicely distressed. The back of the shirt has a few light spots, but no biggie.

Pit to Pit: 20"
Collar to hem: 24"
Sleeves: 7"
Tag says L, fits like a medium or snug large.
The model is 6' 200 lbs.
The mannequin would be 5'5" and 110 lbs.


Karate vintage tee - navy blue - size medium or large


  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Materials: cotton, tshirt
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 1070 reviews
  • Favorited by: 6 people