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The Cure Boys Don't Cry T-shirt for Men and Women

Man wearing a black T-shirt with Robert Smith image and blue background

If you're a fan of The Cure, or you know someone who is, then I have a T-shirt that can be worn not just on in-between days (see what I did there?). This Boys Don't Cry T-shirt is proving to be very popular on my Simply Eighties website, but there are actually several suppliers selling it, so which one is best?

The Cure Boys Don't Cry T-shirt with Robert Smith graphicThe Cure Boys Don't Cry T-shirt with Robert Smith graphicBUY from AMAZON

 


My top choice is being sold on Amazon by Darkwear UK Ltd and made by AWDIP, which is not only excellent value, but is also officially licensed and highly rated by customers. However, sizes are limited to Medium, Large and XXL and there are no women's sizes.

The very same T-shirt is available in XL in a separate listing.

The same supplier also currently has a separate listing for what looks like the same Boys Don't Cry T-shirt design but made by a different company (Rockoff Trade) in a large size only.

Please do double check the supplier and their feedback ratings before you buy, as this can change on Amazon at any time.

Amplified The Cure Boys Don't Cry T-shirt, black, S, M, L, XL, XXLAmplified The Cure Boys Don't Cry T-shirt, black, S, M, L, XL, XXLBUY from AMAZON

 


My next choice is available in a full range of sizes and although it's not officially licensed, the quality of this one is truly excellent. It's made by Amplified Clothing, a well-established London company who make premium quality band clothing.


Black ladies T-shirt with The Cure Robert Smith graphic and brick wall background
Amplified The T-shirt for women

As promised, we have one for the ladies, and it's available in sizes medium, large and X-large. This one is also made by the reputable Amplified Clothing Co.

The Cure - The Prayer Tour 1989 T-shirt by Rockoff Trade - S, M, L, XLThe Cure - The Prayer Tour 1989 T-shirt by Rockoff Trade - S, M, L, XLBUY from AMAZON

 


You may also like this T-shirt which pays homage to the English band's 1989 The Prayer Tour.

The Cure formed in 1978 in Crawley, West Sussex, and are still performing today. The 2022 line-up is Robert Smith, Simon Gallup, Roger O'Donnell, Jason Cooper and Reeves Gabriels.

"Boys Don't Cry" is not only the name of their 1979 song (which was re-recorded and re-released in 1986), but also their first compilation album from 1980. You can watch the official video below...

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