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Group W Bench Alumni Women's Ideal Racerback Tank

Group W Bench Alumni Women's Ideal Racerback Tank

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Arlo Guthrie is an American folk singer, songwriter, and social activist, born on July 10, 1947, in Brooklyn, New York. He is best known for his iconic 1967 song "Alice's Restaurant Massacree," a satirical and humorous protest against the Vietnam War and the draft. Guthrie comes from a prominent folk music family; his father was the legendary Woody Guthrie. Arlo's music often carries on the tradition of storytelling and social commentary that his father championed. Throughout his career, he has continued to create meaningful folk and protest songs while also engaging in various philanthropic and environmental causes. Arlo Guthrie remains a celebrated figure in the folk music world, leaving a lasting legacy as both a musician and a social activist.

Product Details:

  • Made with extra light fabric (60% combed, ring-spun cotton, and 40% polyester: 4 oz/yd² (135 g/m²)) this racerback tank is supremely lightweight and an excellent choice for the active lifestyle.
  • The classic fit alone makes the tank a comfortable choice under high performance while the scooped neckline brings a sporty touch to the whole outfit.
  • For a completely scratch-free experience, all tanks come with a tear-away label for unhindered performance on a daily basis.
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