MetroRacing Norton T-Shirt

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MetroRacing Norton T-Shirt

  • English company Norton Motorcycles made their first bikes with Clemment and Pugeot engines
  • Norton would later change to their own design, a construction that would carry them through the ages
  • With models such as the 500T, 650SS, Nemises, Commando, 16H, Inernational, Manx, and Dominator, Norton would produce some of the greatest road bikes and Isle of Mann race-winning bikes
  • MetroRacing offers these great Norton logo t-shirts in 100% pre-shrunk cotton
  • Made in the U.S.A. with pride
  • Item # 3271

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I liked them so much I got 3 of them....eric

eric brew - August 09, 2007

(centreville, Nova Scoti)

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NORTON SHIRT

Its a nice shirt... I got a few complements.

Icaferace - August 09, 2007

(BAY ARFEA, FL)

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My favorite shirt

I got this shirt a few weeks ago and it has become my favorite. Nice fit. Cool graphics. Very comfortable.

Rob - October 05, 2009

(Layton, UT)

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Finally...

...a very high quality tee for a Great marguee

Patrick - August 15, 2012

(San Diego, CA)

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tee shirt

good quality and fit

kevin - February 15, 2010

(sudbury, ON)

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Norton T

Very nice T-shirt. Good material and looks very good. Only issue is tail could stand to be longer.

Gregory - February 20, 2012

(Edwardsville, IL)
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