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Pepsi Cola Retro 80s and 90s Logo T-shirts

You may remember a time in the 1980s when it became very cool indeed to drink Pepsi. TV adverts featuring pop music and movie mega stars such as Michael Jackson and Michael J. Fox helped to boost sales of the carbonated soft drink massively, Plus, you may also remember Pepsi Perfect being sold in Cafe 80's in the Back To The Future II movie.

I will  be showing you a 1980's logo T-shirt further down the page, but I want to start by showing you a cool T-shirt featuring the Pepsi logo from 1991 - I guess using the word cool in your 50's is not cool, and I'm not even sure if the word is still actually cool, but you get my drift!

Man wearing a red, white and blue T-shirt with Pepsi logo at the beach
80's Pepsi Logo Ringer T-shirt

This official 1991 logo T-shirt for men is being sold from the Pepsi store on Amazon.co.uk,.and features a retro ringer design with blue edging on a white tee, with the classic logo printed on the front. The sizes available are medium, large and X-large, but there is another listing from for the same official T-shirt in sizes small and XXL.

1980s Pepsi can and 1990s Pepsi Can side by side

To avoid any confusion, I thought I'd include this photo featuring a can from the 80s and a can from the 90s, so you can spot the difference! The only real difference you'll notice with the 90s logo is that the wording has a slight slant. It's actually pretty hard to see the difference at first glance! Also, the Pepsi wording was separated from the logo. 

So you're not a fella? Not to worry, because an official Women's Pepsi T-shirt is also being sold on Amazon in white or grey, although there is no ringer design available.

Women's Retro 80's Pepsi Logo T-shirt, Grey.Women's Retro 80's Pepsi Logo T-shirt, Grey.Women's White 1991 Pepsi Logo T-shirt. Sizes 10, 12, 16.Women's White 1991 Pepsi Logo T-shirt. Sizes 10, 12, 16.

 

These tees are described as being "genuine and official Pepsi merchandise and made from 100% high quality cotton", and I think they are definitely a nice retro choice for wearing this summer.

The T-shirts are actually described as "1991" and so are ideal for getting an authentic 90s look.

Suzuki Racing Pepsi Cola 80's Logo T-shirt, Blue. Adults S or XLSuzuki Racing Pepsi Cola 80's Logo T-shirt, Blue. Adults S or XL

 

Motorcycling enthusiasts will remember the iconic 1989 Pepsi Suzuki RGV500 motorbike ridden by Kevin Schwantz. This was one of his best seasons, in which he won six races and came runner-up in all of the other races. This awesome T-shirt is based on that very motorbike and is definitely a very cool choice! 

Pepsi Vintage Bottle Top Graphic T-shirt, navy bluePepsi Vintage Bottle Top Graphic T-shirt, navy blue

 

If you want to go even further back in time, then you may like this T-shirt for men which features a vintage 1950s bottle top. This one is a genuine, official product and also comes in grey in sizes from small to XXL. Cola in bottles became hugely popular with the younger generation during a decade that saw the emergence of rock n' roll music. 

Well, I hope you like my choice of retro Pepsi logo T-shirts. I do hope you choose to add one to your summer wardrobe this year.

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