The affable mascot of Princeton, Peter Pine, was introduced to the world in 1983.
It has been said that his father is a pine and his mother is either a fir or a spruce, and he represents the forestry industry that employs many Princetonites.
His likeness can be found on collectible spoons, antique pins and trinkets, and a life-sized, walking version of him can sometimes be seen attending parades.
The original Peter Pine design that Princeton uses on their official flag is amazing, and is shown here for reference.
We've updated Peter for 2018, while giving a nod to the original design which is still in use by the town.
• Unisex fit, soft feel
• 100% ringspun cotton
• 4.5 oz (153 g/m2)
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
• Quarter-turned to avoid crease down the centre.
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