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Raised in the St Helen of the Blessed Shroud orphanage in Calumet City, Jake and Elwood Blues were reared in the shadow of Chicago Stadium (a mere 3 miles away). Though Elwood would list his address at Wrigley Field and Jake would be relocated to Joliet, we're sure that their favorite hockey squad was the Chicago Blackhawks (who now occupy the United Center).
Like Native American nations before them, Jake and Elwood were oppressed, pursued, disenfranchised and had their own Trail of Tears (from Lake Wazzapamani to the Cook County Tax Assesor's office)... and like the Chicago Blackhawks, the Blues Brothers were "originals". It only makes sense that a couple members of the Blackhawk tribe would leap from their sweaters and slip into some Ray-Bans.
They're not the Blues Brothers, they're the Blueline Brothers and they scream Chicago style.
Show your hometown hockey pride with this original design, created by hand and rendered in a lossless vector format that remains perfect printed at any size. It comes on red, 100% cotton pre-shrunk tees in sizes small through 4XL. (Alternate colors/sizes/styles/cuts may be available on request).