The Ing Skate Palace T-shirt

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Roller Skate all night long at The Ing Skating Palace. The building is torn down, but relive the glory days of Roller Skating with an Ing t-shirt.

100% combed and ringspun cotton, preshrunk, 4.2 oz. Super soft with a fashion fit. See Sizing Chart for best fit size. See more about the tees we use.

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Score: 5 out of 5 (based on 7 ratings)
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5/5
The Ing Skate Palace T-Shirt
Written by Jerry on 4th Apr 2019

Great looking shirt; fits perfect and is very comfortable. The shirt is made of quality materials (not one of those cheap t-shrits). Cool looking logo -- with plenty of compliments from others who like the shirt as well. I love it -- I wear to the local rink here and when asked about it -- I have to tell the old stories about actually skating at The ING -- that was an awesome hardwood floor.

5/5
softest tshirt ever!
Written by debbie on 7th Aug 2017

Loved skating at the Ing as a kid and love this tshirt even more. It really is high quality and super soft.

5/5
Ing Skating Palace
Written by Bud on 7th Oct 2015

This shirt reminded me of when I used to skate here. I started skating around the age of 3 and it was at the Ing. Reminds me of all the friends and good times we had there. People come up to me and tell me about their time there. So sorry it had to be torn down.

5/5
Perfect Fathers Day Gift
Written by Jim on 19th Jun 2014

The perfect gift foe the dad that has everything. As a young man my dad spent hours at the ING Skating Palace. He got a kick out of this blast from his past. Good quality shirt and lightning fast service.

5/5
Great!
Written by undefined on 6th May 2014

Very happy with the shirt and logo!

5/5
Classic Rockford
Written by undefined on 25th Oct 2013

loved skating with the Girl Scouts troupe 66 at the ING.

5/5
Ing shirt rocks
Written by Ann Cook on 25th Jun 2013

Great quality, interesting color combination, terrific concept -- I love to see references to old Rockfordiana :)