Rooster Run General Store Ringer T-Shirt

  • Sale
  • Regular price $22.50


Rooster Run is/was a general store in Nelson County, KY. A guy by the name of Joe Evans opened the place in 1967 and, a few years later, fashioned a decent side hustle in caps thanks to the logo he created and the ginormous fiberglass rooster in front of the store.

The name "Rooster Run"? It came about one night after the store had closed and Evans and his buds were drinkin' beer when one of the men's wife arrived, sending him running -- like a rooster! 

Shortly thereafter, Evans' mom fashioned sewing some caps with the name "Rooster Run" on them and the rest is history.

There's not really a town called Rooster Run, even though the location might be listed on maps and such. The mail really comes from Cox's Creek.

The iconic ringer t-shirt is back! Once the tee of choice for the rock-n-rollers of the 1950s and 1960s, this modernized, lightweight version is now ready for all you 21st century rebels.

- 100% pre-shrunk combed ring-spun cotton (Heather colors contain polyester)
- Semi-fitted
- Contrast color binding at neck and sleeves
- Double-needle stitched bottom hem

Size guide

  S M L
Body Length (inches) 27 ½ 28 ¾ 29 ¾
Body Width (inches) 18 20 22

x
x