Adult Vintage Kinzua Bridge Sweatshirt
Some say the eighth wonder of the world lies in Mount Jewett in the northcentral wilderness of the Pennsylvania Wilds. Dubbed as such when it was first built in 1882, the Kinzua Viaduct was the highest railroad viaduct in the world at the time it was constructed as an alternative to laying an additional eight miles of track so trains could get to McKean County’s coal, timber, and oil lands. Following the destruction of 11 towers by an F1 tornado in 2003, the reinvented Kinzua Skywalk rises above the Kinzua Creek valley at something like 225 feet high. Today, visitors from across the world travel to Kinzua Bridge State Park to traverse the skywalk. If you are looking for a way to remember this incredible park or to celebrate braving the height of the skywalk, this is the sweatshirt for you!
This design is also available in adult, ladies, ladies tank top, and youth sizes.
80/20 ring spun cotton, polyester; machine washable. Pigment dyed - wash separately before wearing.
Located in beautiful DuBois, Pennsylvania, Xtreme Wear has proven that they’re truly the source for all things imprintable! Along with providing friendly customer service, the Xtreme Wear team provides high quality and fast services in screen printing, embroidery, promo products, and designing personalized shirts for any event or function. Xtreme Wear is a proud licensee of the PA Wilds logo.
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