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Teen Wolf 80s Movie T-shirts

Scott Howard Werewolf wearing Headphones and Shades Graphic T-shirt

Although it's still officially the summer (the weather thinks differently!), Halloween is fast approaching, and so I thought I'd come up with a unique idea for a Halloween themed T-shirt. While most people will opt for the darker slasher movies for their theme, I though that it would be nice to opt for a more light-hearted, fun theme just for a change, and Teen Wolf is the perfect choice. 

The coming-of-age 80s comedy movie starred Michael J. Fox as Scott Howard, a teenage high school student who suddenly finds himself sprouting hair at the most awkward moments. He turns into the wolf while playing basketball, and turns the Beavers basketball team's fortunes around, winning them their first game in 3 years. 

Anyway, I won't rabbit on about the plot, as I'm sure you all have watched the film countless times. So let's take a look at the T-shirts available in the UK.

From the U.S.? Check out these Teen Wolf Tees at my website

Teen Wolf Black and White Baseball T-Shirt


First up is this black and white baseball T-shirt with raglan sleeves. It features the original logo from the 1985 film, and it's my favourite design which is officially licensed. Unfortunately, it comes only in one "standard" size, so you may prefer this next one...

Teen Wolf 80s Graphic Baseball T-shirt


This one is available in sizes from X-small to XX-large. It features the wolf in his superstar mode wearing shades and headphones. It's certainly an eye-catching design, and will look great for Halloween. It's available from the Retro Tees store on Amazon.

Teen Wolf Walkman Headphones 80s Film T-shirt


If you're not a fan of baseball shirts, then you may prefer this T-shirt which also features the wold listening to his Walkman against an 80s style, full moon backdrop. This one comes in a big choice of sizes from Small to 5XL. Sadly, there is no choice of colour, but as Henry Ford once said, "you can have any colour so long as it's black".

Unisex Beavers 42 Yellow T-shirt


An alternative choice is this unisex, bright yellow Beavers 42 T-shirt. It, of course, represents the basketball shirt that Scott Howard wore in the movie. Sizes from X-small to 3XL are available.

Now, you could go all out and choose a full costume or costume T-shirt...

Beavers 42 Scott Howard 80s Basketball Costume, YellowTeen Wolf 80s Beavers 42 Sublimation Costume T-shirt


Both options are expensive compared to a standard T-shirt, but it will look like you've made more of an effort, at least! 

Beavers Est. 1985 Beacon Town Teen Wolf Long Sleeve Baseball Shirt for Men


Staying with the Beavers theme, this full length baseball shirt for men is another option. It comes in sizes from small to XXL. The same design is also available on these T-shirts for men and women...

Teen Wolf Beavers 1985 Grey T-shirt for MenWomen's Teen Wolf Beavers 80s T-shirt, Black


The design is unofficial fan art, so you will have something a little more unique. Both tees are available in sizes up to XXL and you can choose grey or black. They're being sold on Cloud City 7's Amazon store, and the company is well known for producing high quality clothing - I've used them many times.

Well, I hope you like my selection of Teen Wolf tees.

Also check out our 80s Halloween T-shirts and Back To The Future T-shirts at


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