Plumtree Scott Pilgrim Band Logo T-shirt

SKU: plumtree001-S

Size: S
Sale price$19.95


Bryan Lee O'Malley was inspired to create his comic book series "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" by the song "Scott Pilgrim" by the rock band Plumtree. Michael Cera payed tribute to the band in the comic's film adaptation by wearing this sharp red and gold Plumtree ringer tee. Take a page from Scott Pilgrim's stylebook and order yours now!

  • Gold with Red Ringers
  • 100% Cotton
  • Officially Licensed Scott Pilgrim Plumtree Shirt
  • Exclusive Only to
  • (runs slightly small)

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Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
Looks good

This t-shirt looks authentic. I bought it as a gift for my boyfriend for his birthday in a couple of weeks and he will love it. The material is on the thinner side, but the size is fine. I compared it to his other shirts of the same size and the length was a bit longer, and a little bit thinner. Which will be great for him as he is very tall.

Great shirt!

I was a bit hesitant at first to purchase because a review on Amazon of this product and store was very displeasing but I saw all the positive reviews here so I grabbed it up. It is perfect! It is cotton (not costume material like in the Amazon review) and fits my boyfriend Perfectly. As suggested we ordered a size up and it fits great! Will definitely shop here again!!

Great shirt

Per recommendation, I ordered a size up; I usually wear an L and ordered an XL. It fit great, good quality, looks just like the one in the film.

shirt review

nice shirt thanks

Decent Shirt.

Sleeves bunched up, a bit too long. Other than that, great shirt.

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