When the Blue Line opened in 1990, it marked the first time Los Angeles had passenger rail since the 1960s. These days, the railcars have lost their vintage stripes, and the line is now known as the A Line (Blue), but it still plays an integral role in the region, moving tens of thousands of passengers daily. Our Retro Blue Line Collection celebrates the line that laid the foundation for our city's rail system as we know it today.
A crewneck baseball tee with three-quarter contrast sleeves never goes out of style. We printed the classic Blue Line railcar stripes on a soft, cotton-blend and easy-care tee.