Men’s – 303


The tradition began in 1934, three weeks after the selection of Buffaloes as a nickname for the University in a contest by the school newspaper, the Silver & Gold. A group of students paid $25 to rent a bison calf and a cowboy as his keeper for the last game of the 1934 potato season. The calf was the son of Killer, a famed bison at Trails End Ranch in Fort Collins, Colorado. It took the cowboy and four students to keep the calf under control on the sidelines during a 7–0 win at the University of Denver on Thanksgiving Day.

SKU: 303 Category:


• 50/25/25 polyester/combed ringspun cotton/rayon,
• 40 singles thread weight
• Fabric weight: 3.4 oz
• Comfortable and durable
• Contemporary fit
• Lightweight
Unique fabric combination creates a fitted look, and extreme durability allows this t- shirt to withstand repeated washings.

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs

Solid Black Triblend, White Fleck Triblend


Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, 2X-Large