7.6 oz./yd², 55/41/4 polyester/cotton/rayon
Jersey lined hood with metal tipped drawcord
Side seam pockets
Spandex blend ribbed-knit cuffs and waistband
Faux leather loop logo on right bottom hem
Ross-Ade stadium was built in 1924 to replace Stuart Field, which had been hosting Purdue football since 1892. It is named in honor of Purdue alumni David E. Ross and George Ade, the principal benefactors. 4.2 oz., 50/25/25 polyester/combed ringspun cotton/rayon, 32 singles Fabric laundered Set-in 1x1 triblend baby rib collar Side seamed Officially Licensed...
The Purdue Big Bass Drum is a percussion instrument played by the All-American Marching Band of Purdue University. At a height of over ten feet (three meters) when the carriage is included, it is branded by Purdue as the "World's Largest Drum." Since its inception, it has become a lasting symbol of the marching band...