PHOTOS: Vault Collection Vintage 1970s Magic Kingdom Map Spirit Jersey Arrives at Walt Disney World

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A new Spirit Jersey has joined the Vault Collection. This map-inspired jersey is now available at Walt Disney World, and we found it at Disney’s Contemporary Resort.

Magic Kingdom Map Spirit Jersey – $84.99

The Spirit Jersey shows the map of Magic Kingdom as it would have looked in the 1970s.

The compass and Magic Kingdom logo are on the right breast, along with Mickey’s face.

We could probably spend hours examining the Spirit Jersey.

The Vault Collection honors the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World with vintage-inspired pieces and reproductions of original 1970s merchandise.

“Walt Disney World” is on the back in bubble letters.

A “Florida” flag sticks out of “Disney.”

Discounts do apply to this Spirit Jersey.

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  1. My first trip to WDW was in 1971. We lived in Pittsburgh at that time, but my Dad made the trip and, until I moved here to Florida in 1985, and later became a pass holder for the last 31 years, that had been my only trip to Disney. When I saw your post I knew that I had to have this shirt. After experiencing the Figment popcorn bucket insanity, I left work early on Friday, February 21st and survived the I4 traffic nightmare to go to the Contemporary to get this shirt. You can imagine my surprise to learn that after driving (or more like starting and stopping) for 2 hours that this shirt wasn’t available because it wasn’t scheduled to launch until February 24th. Don’t you think that you should have mentioned that in your post? It is my understanding that the merchandise team was so upset by this post that they wouldn’t even leave the shirts on property at the Contemporary and they took all the shirts back to the warehouse and won’t even deliver them until right before the store opens on Monday.! I hear, however, that YOU made such a big deal that while the rest of us couldn’t get a shirt before launch, you did. That’s really not fair. I’m not sure when I can make it back to the Contemporary to get my shirt, but if I can’t get one, it is due to your inaccurate reporting. Next time, don’t just try to be first with the news. Be accurate.

    1. Reporting isn’t inaccurate if it’s accurate. The reporter shouldn’t assume it was pout out by mistake and stand there for two hours to verify. That’s fairly crazy.

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