U.S. Army Revolution Shirt

U.S. Army Revolution Shirt

U.S. Army Revolution Shirt

In 1972, John Lennon found a U.S. Army shirt in a New York surplus store. For several years he wore it as a symbol of the revolution he supported up until his untimely death.

We have found several army surplus shirts with the exact original patches that Lennon sported on his shirt. These shirts are all in excellent, clean, condition and come in sizes small, medium, large and extra large.

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