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The return of the 90s t-shirt

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There are a few of things we couldn't have got through the nineties without: Pogs, Gladiators and a heat sensitive t-shirt.

But while smashing bits of plastic against cardboard got a little repetitive and we knew our crush on Jet would never amount to anything, once we'd outgrown our Hypercolour top we were practically inconsolable.

Thankfully this week Topman launched their very own version. The purple top changes to a light blue when you warm up, but once you cool down it changes back to the original colour.

We'll be purchasing it immediately from here topman.com

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