Julie G: ‘Future Champion’ t-shirts and onesies now available

With the IDPA Nationals wrapping up and the USPSA Handgun Nationals kicking off this week, I have matches on the brain. You won’t see my name up in the scores this year, but I’m already looking ahead to the future. Though I am a tad bit partial, I found the perfect little model for these Future Champion shirts. Available in a variety of colors in kids, toddler and baby sizes, this t-shirt is right on target for your little range helper, arrow slinger or shooting buddy. There’s also a women’s and men’s version with the logo, too.


Julie G’s daughter models the “Future Champion” onesie. We bet she already suspects her mama is a champ! Photo courtesy of Julie Golob

Here are the details:

Future Champion OnesieOnesie – This short sleeve one piece has a soft, plush feel with a perfect fit. The envelope neck and three snap leg closure allow for easy dressing. The fabric is made from 100% cotton and is washed for superior softness and minimal shrinkage.

Future Champion Toddler T-shirtToddler Tee – This basic t-shirt is just right for the little tike! It has a ribbed crew neck, is tapered shoulder-to-shoulder and has double-needle hem sleeves and bottom. The fabric is made from 100% cotton and has a fabric weight of 5.5 oz

Future Champion Kid's T-ShirtKid Tee – This durable kids’ t-shirt has double stitched sleeves and hems and it is sure to hold up against the toughest play. The fabric is made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton and has a fabric weight of 6.1 oz


Head on over to the store for more information.

  • About Julie Golob

    Julie Golob is one of the most accomplished professional shooters in the world and captain of Team Smith & Wesson. She has won more than 120 championship titles in international, national and regional marksmanship competitions in seven different shooting disciplines. Learn more about the champion, author, veteran, hunter and outdoor television personality at JulieGolob.com.


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