In the late 1940s, when tattoos were still socially shunned, a stigma of the underclass and outcasts, Johnny "Mad Dog" Chesterton opened his first tattoo studio, Hell's Kitchen Tattoo, in Hollister, California. A few years later, when the tranquil town was hit by the legendary riots, his studio burned to the ground. With the help of his numerous customers, every single stone was set anew and is still the most sought-after place for the craziest tattoos.
Whether summer or winter, the t-shirts from Rumble59 should not be missing in any decent rockabilly closet! They are characterized especially by high-quality fabric, excellent workmanship and print quality. This one is made of pleasantly light and soft fabric - perfect for summer temperatures or for men who never get cold. Its large front print impresses with its cool design and pleasantly soft touch. The small logo print inside the neck fits perfectly. All around a successful shirt!
Our model is 172 cm tall and wears this shirt in size M.
Rumble59 offers a wide range of rockabilly fashion! You'll never want to take off this great "Hell's Kitchen Tattoos" t-shirt again!