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Rousseau: Expedition de l'Ile Ringer T

This original LOST fan design is based on Rousseau's original French Team expedition. The text reads "Expedition de l'Ile | ROUSSEAU | L'Equipe Sceintifique | 1988."

The Ringer T has made a fashion comeback, and ours is a popular favorite. This classic style is sure to impress even the most discerning t-shirt connoisseur with an eye for retro-coolness. Great for relaxing in comfort year-round.
 
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Rousseau: Expedition de l'Ile
Poor Danielle Rousseau, stuck on the Island all by herself for decades. Remember what first brought her and her colleagues to the Island in the first place? They were on a scientific expedition out of Tahiti. This original LOST fan design is based on Rousseau's original French Team expedition. The design is weathered on light-colored apparel and gifts for a truly vintage look. The text reads "Expedition de l'Ile | ROUSSEAU | L'Equipe Sceintifique | 1988."

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