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.
Here are the details:
Onesie – 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.
Toddler 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
Kid 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.
Today the modern T-shirt has spawned a vast textile and fashion industry, worth over two-billion dollars to the world’s retail trade. The unlikely birth of the t-shirt was a rather unspectacular event, however this humble piece of attire was set to change the styles and fashions of cultures for generations to come. Eventually the T-Shirt would be used as a political tool for protest and in certain times and places in history, a symbol of revolution and change