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Throwback 'Boba Grizz' gear returns to Vancouver

The designs are inspired by the Vancouver Grizzlies and the local Chinese-Canadian population
New Vancouver Grizzlies "Boba Grizz" throwback shirts are now available for purchase from a Vancouver vendor.

Boba Grizz is back.

The Vancouver Grizzlies bear (gripping a cup of boba) features on a series of shirts from Mitchell and Ness which were just released online and at the Foo Hung Curios shop at the Chinatown Storytelling Centre.

"After nearly two years, Boba Grizz returns home to Vancouver to be exclusively sold at Foo Hung Curios," reads a press release. The original release was helped along by Simu Liu.

The series of shirts are part of a collaboration with the Canadian Chinese Youth Athletic Association.

Along with the defunct Vancouver Grizzlies, a Toronto Raptors shirt reminiscent of Bruce Lee's iconic yellow jumpsuit from Enter the Dragon is on sale as well.

"Foo Hung Curios has seen how the Boba Grizz capsule collection has resonated with people of all backgrounds," reads the release. "It stands as a poignant testament to the enduring impact of nostalgia and the excitement of experiencing our lived memories in a new way."

The Vancouver Grizzly shirts specifically celebrate "the relationship between the Vancouver Chinese Canadian community and the Vancouver Grizzlies" notes the Foo Hung website.

Shirts are on sale now; anything with long sleeves is $110. T-shirts are $50.