Worn Free Releases Exclusive Vintage Sting T-shirts...

February 15, 2013

Worn Free is a vintage rock and roll T-shirt company with a simple mission: to resurrect the coolest shirts of all time by reproducing original t-shirts worn by musicians, now including Sting!

The tag inside each of the 4 shirts now available resembles a backstage pass and features a photo of Sting wearing the original shirt, plus information documenting the date and venue.

Check out Sting in the "Macho" tee recreated by Worn Free! This design,
and several others, are available for purchase now at

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posted by bigchinasean
This is more interesting than the news of another tour!
posted by bewitched
I wish they would re-create the lavender labyrinth shirt! That I would buy!
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