Cavs fans are recognized nation-wide for our legendary Blackout games - including the title-clinching Game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals. Carry on the tradition in this tee from '47, perfect for blacking out the Q!
Cavs colors may have changed but the tenacity and resilience Cleveland is known for sure hasn’t. Whether you’re at the game, around town or halfway across the globe, rep your Cleveland Cavaliers pride in this long sleeve tee by Homage, especially designed for diehards who always believed—and knew—hardware would come home to Northeast Ohio.
This super-soft tee from Homage reps the Wine and Gold way back when they were the Orange and Blue and Price, Daugherty and Nance ruled the boards. Rep your hard workin’ town, hard workin’ team the right way. Go Cavs!
Just before the turn of the 19th century, surveyors of the Connecticut Land company laid out the state’s Western Reserve into townships, with a capital city named after its leader, General Moses Cleaveland. Today, with the Browns, the Cavs, and the Indians; the Flats, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and the West Side Market; The Plain Dealer, Key Tower, and NASA's Glenn Research Center, AND NOW, THE LARRY O’BRIEN NBA CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY—Cleveland is the city
From The Miracle of Richfield to the magic of June 2016 and everything in between, you live and breathe the stuff of Cavs legends. Whether you had Big Z on your childhood bedroom wall or Mark Price as your lifetime MVP, we know you’ve got Wine and Gold in your blood.
En garde! Since their first season in 1970, your swashbuckling swordsmen of Cleveland have carved up the court and seized a booty that includes two Eastern Conference championships and four division titles. Cloak yourself in the Wine and Gold and join your, “group of daring, fearless men whose life’s pact was never surrender, no matter what the odds." Come on Cavs!
Because no two colors look as sharp together as wine and gold. Because not even the lake-effect snow can keep you from The Q. Because you have a table on reserve at the Clevelander when you’re in town and your team isn’t. Because hardware is on the horizon. Because you, like your neighbors and their neighbors, believe in the Cleve.
Your Cleveland Cavaliers' mascot Whammer (a sunglasses-wearing polar bear), made his debut in a game against the Chicago Bulls in November of 1995. In 2003, Whammer was replaced by Moondog, although Whammer has been known to sneak into games from time to time, purportedly looking for his old job back. Pay homage to this cool bear in this super-soft tee from Homage.