T-Shirt Tuesday: Chicago Pigeon

This week's highlighted t-shirt is this Women's V-Neck Dark T-Shirt with our new Chicago Pigeon design. Pigeons are city birds that live in Chicago like any other metropolis. This design features our Birdorable version of the Pigeon, with the Chicago skyline in the background.

Chicago Pigeon Women's V-Neck Dark T-Shirt

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Heather Richards on October 10, 2016 at 1:32 PM wrote:
Stop saying city! I'm gonna put a sticky note on you!

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