Women's City of Roses Long Sleeve
Do you know why Portland is world-renowned as "the city of roses"? In 1905, Lewis and Clark's Continental Exposition, a world's fair that celebrated the centennial of the Lewis and Clark expedition, was held in Portland. In preparation, the streets were lined with tea roses that were bred in France. With over 20 miles of rose-lined streets, the name "city of roses" was there to stay.
The front of this garment features our iconic logo, while the back graphic, minimalistic in tone, features Portland's infamous nickname scribed in a varsity font.
These long sleeves are made from 100% cotton. This women's cut features slit sides and a slightly elongated back. We recommend purchasing true to size.
Female model (5’1) wearing size small.