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Rick Astley 80s Homage Sweatshirt


Rick Astley is best known for his 80s hit "Never Gonna Give You Up", and he was, undoubtedly, one of the best male singers of the decade. You can pay homage to him with this unisex Rick Astley sweatshirt, which features the singer as he was back in the 80s, complete with his trademark quiff and baby face. 

The design is digitally printed using eco friendly ink, which is always a bonus. The sweatshirt is available in four colours; black, grey, pink and white in adult sizes. The black one is available in sizes from small to 5XL, while the other colours are available in S, M, L or XL. This could change at any time, so go and check it out at the Sanfran Clothing Store on Amazon.co.uk. There is also free shipping to the UK.

Black Rick Astley 80s Homage Sweatshirt, UnisexPink Rick Astley Sweatshirt

 

Rick's debut album Whenever You Need Somebody was a huge success, acheiving 4 x platinum sales in the UK and Canada. Rick's success continued through the 1980s, with a total of seven top 10 hits from 1987 to 1989, and a No.7 hit in 1991 with "Cry for Help". 

The sweatshirt is ideal for 80s themed events and parties, which hopefully will return in 2021 as we get to grips with the wretched Covid-19. It can also be worn casually, of course, allowing you to show your appreciation for the singer whilst shopping, gardening, or whatever else you choose to do in it! The top will also keep you warm on those cooler spring and summer days, which we get plenty of here in the UK.


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