SHOP NOW: New “YesterEars” Figment Shirt and MagicBand, Top of the World Shirt Released on Shop Disney

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All vintage Disney fans, rejoice! Disney has released its latest designs in the throwback YesterEars line of t-shirts and MagicBands. This release sees three new designs hit the virtual shelves of, featuring fan favorites like Figment, Top of the World Lounge, and Polynesian Village Resort. All merchandise items are limited edition and are available from April 19 to April 26.

The Mickey Mouse and Figment design features a rainbow with a joyous Mickey Mouse and Figmenent superimposed on top. This design is available on a t-shirt and a MagicBand.

The shirt retails for $27.99 and is part of the buy one, get one for 40% off sale.

$27.99 is the retail price for the MagicBand.

Top of the World Lounge at Disney’s Contemporary Resort (not to be confused with the new lounge of the same name at Bay Lake Tower) is the second design in this release. The shirt retails for $27.99 and is part of the buy one, get one for 40% off sale.


Eastern Winds, the third design in this release, is inspired by the floating cocktail lounge at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort in the 1970’s. This is quite possibly the most obscure design on a YesterEars shirt to date.

The t-shirt retails for $27.99 and is part of the buy one, get one for 40% off sale.

You should allow 3-5 weeks for delivery for all four items, and Disney offers free shipping for all orders over $75.

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Melanie B.
Melanie B.

I do enjoy the current line of “Retro Feel” Disney shirts and other merchandise, but was a little surprised to see the Eastern Winds tagline “Enjoy an Oriental Adventure.” There is nothing wrong with that, it’s just that the term “Oriental” has been rather controversial in the last few decades and I’m surprised that Disney would go there, especially after last year’s Maui “tattoo’ed body” costume which caused an uproar. It’s a beautiful shirt, but I’m surprised that no one at Disney decided to change the wording on that, just to be safe.