Friday , 22 May 2015

“R.I.P. Igloo” Shirts From Left Hand Clothing

Mellon Arena shirts from Left Hand Clothing
Mellon Arena shirts from Left Hand Clothing

Left Hand Clothing is a local t-shirt company that specializes in creating designs based around the cultural icons and landmarks in Pittsburgh.  All of their shirts are proudly printed in the 412, and you won’t find touristy-post-card images on this gear – LHC is for the the fashion conscious fan of the the Burgh. The Fort Pitt Bridge, Mr. Yuk, Potholes, and Three Rivers Stadium are just a few of the graphic tees available on their site.

Pittsburgh designs… For Pittsburgh, Of Pittsburgh, Never Forget Pittsburgh!

In honor of the Mellon Arena and the latest BPGH article about reusing it, Left Hand Clothing, is offering our readers 10% off RIP Mellon Arena shirts. Just use the promo code “BoringPittsburgh” during checkout to receive the special price. Summer is almost here, remember the Igloo in style while supporting a local business at the same time!

One of the founders (Seth) is currently helping out in Haiti, but it’s still business as usual at the print shop and according to a recent FB update: “The new IGLOO shirts are flying out the door. Don’t be left in the dust.”

Like them on Facebook or follow @LeftHandPGH and tweet them to say thanks for the discount!

R.I.P Igloo 1961-2010
R.I.P Igloo 1961-2010
History of uses for the Civic Arena on the back of the shirt
History of uses for the Civic Arena on the back of the shirt

What was that coupon code again?

Order Here.

  • Julia C.

    Haha..That potholes T-shirt is really funny.

  • Seth Z

    Yeah for years we have all dodged them. Why not show your “love” for it right? Thanks for the support!

  • http://stevemathes Steve

    Hey, how long will that coupon code work? This shirt is cool as hell!

  • http://lefthandpgh Seth Z

    Steve, get a hold of me at szora at lefthandclothing dot com. We can create a new code for you.

  • Rebecca

    I gave this tee shirt to my Dad who lives in Johnstown and is a huge hockey fan. He cried when they tore down 3 Rivers…he is just as sad about the igloo. He loves this shirt and is consistently stopped by strangers to commnent on it. Thanks for keeping a piece of history available – even if it is on a tee.

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