BST&N, Muze Clothing Team Up With Neely, Allen & Beckett


BST&N have joined forces with Muze Clothing on Boston Sports Charity T-Shirts. Sports Superstars such as former Bruins winger Cam Neely, Red Sox Ace Josh Beckettand Celtics 3-point record holder Ray Allen all have their own shirts benefiting their hand picked charities. These are definitely Cool Threads for Great Causes! BST&N is proud to showcase these great Muze Clothing productions which help give back!

Take a look and buy one for yourself or favorite Boston Sports fan! Check out the ads in the right margin of the site!


Cam Neely "Gladiator" T-Shirt

Muze Clothing has partnered with Boston Bruins legend and hockey Hall-of-Famer, Cam Neely, to support the Boston Bruins Foundation and The Cam Neely Foundation for Cancer Care and the Neely House, providing comfort, support, and hope to cancer patients and their families.  Cam was instrumental in helping us design this limited edition T-shirt, featuring the Neely House front door logo and the line, “If you’re not part of the solution, you’re part of the problem,” taken from one of his favorite movies, Die Hard.  Help Cam and the Neely Foundation fight cancer.

Muze Clothing has once again partnered with Ray Allen and the Ray of Hope Foundation to support the High

Ray Allen's "Coming to America" T-shirt



Hopes Fund with this limited edition T-shirt, featuring the line, “this is beautiful, what is this, velvet.”  Taken from one of Ray’s favorite movies Coming To America, the quote perfectly describes Ray’s velvety jumper and features his number 20 on the back.  Help the Allen family and Joslin Center fight Juvenile Diabetes.




Josh Beckett's "he Man Who Shot Liberty Valance" T-Shirt

Red Sox Ace Josh Beckett has partnered with Muze to improve the health and well being of disadvantaged children. As a proud Texan, Josh is a big fan of John Wayne, so shirt features The Duke’s famous quote, “out here, a man settles his own problems” from The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. The Western outlaw image was chosen because Josh does most of his charitable work out of the spotlight or behind a mask, so to speak. Proceeds from the sale of this shirt go t support the work of Children’s Hospital Boston.

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