Classic York Barbell Club T-Shirts

By: Oldtime Strongman  09-12-2011

Classic York Barbell Club Logo T-Shirts are Available Once Again!

One of the things that we have been getting more and more requests for has been to start featuring more cool 'strength' T-shirts, the kind that makes for an even better workout. We've got some plans in the works -- but -- starting out, instead of coming up with something new, we are going to bring you a blast from the past: The Official York Barbell Club Logo T-Shirt, straight out of the pages of classic Strength and Health Magazine.

Today, we are proudly bringing back that tradition and keeping the spirit of the York Barbell Club alive with these classic shirts.. and you'll be in pretty good company when you wear yours..

Hoffman, Grimek, Stanko, Kono, Schemansky and Anderson, just to name a few, were always shown sporting their 'York Barbell Club' shirts while training for the Olympics or just getting in another great workout over at the old Broad Street Gym.

If you're looking for the shirt you would want to be wearing for your next 20-rep squat workout PR, one of these will be the perfect choice.

Two Classic Styles to Choose From:

The York Barbell Club Classic T-Shirts came in two styles, white with brown lettering and burgundy with white lettering.  The burgundy shirts cover up dirt and mud stains better and the white shirts are better at masking chalk dust.  You can get either (or both) of these right here:

Individual T-Shirts:

Combo Set:


Expand your wardrobe and save money by ordering our York Barbell Club our combo set which includes one of each color!Note: If you would like to order your pair of York Barbell Club T-Shirts in 2 different sizes (mix-n-match), please make a note of it in the comments section or contact us by phone at 1-800-978-0206 Interested in placing a bulk order? We can offer price breaks on orders of four or more York Barbell Club T-shirts of any size and/or style.  Contact us for details and more informtion.


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