When Wisconsin had over 100,000 registered bowlers, and Milwaukee was the epicenter of bowling in the U.S., many Milwaukeeans bowled at Petroff's. Petroff's on Burleigh was a reflection of the diverse Sherman Park neighborhood with its customers being a mixture of old and young, black and white. The Petroff's in Sherman Park had a unique setup with the bowling alley on the second floor, and a diner below that resembled the now famous one in Pulp Fiction. Started by John and Patricia Petroff, Petroff's is now long gone like many other bowling centers, but it remains a lasting memory of growing up in the 70s and 80s in Milwaukee.
Fabric weight 4.2 oz.
50/25/25 polyester/combed ringspun cotton/rayon
Water-based print for aged look and feel
1" rib collar
For best fit, we recommend ordering one size larger than normal.
**Note: It is recommended to wash your tee inside out in cold water with a light detergent before wearing.