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  • Seek Strike and Destroy WW2 Tank Destroyer Tri-Blend T-Shirt

    In the trenches of World War I, my great-grandfather Edward, alongside his close friend and commander George, embarked on an extraordinary mission. Sent to England and then France by General Pershing, their task was nothing short of revolutionary—creating a mechanized cavalry that traded horses for armor and tractor tracks, a far cry from the equestrian pursuits they both loved.

    Amidst the chaos, Great Gramps crossed paths with Great Grandma, a quiet French girl from Lorraine. George, on the other hand, earned a reputation as a bold commander, even though his thigh bore the scars of German machine gun fire in the Meuse-Argonne.

    Their use of the French Renault tank proved successful, laying the groundwork for the United States to develop its own tank program. Post-war, Edward returned to Minnesota, overseeing the world's largest stockyard. Meanwhile, George, forever known as "Old Blood and Guts," continued his military career.

    Come World War II, German panzer divisions dominated the battlefield with fearsome Tigers and Panthers. The Nazis' heavy tanks outmatched American M4s, prompting the need for agile, self-propelled anti-tank forces. Enter the M-10 and M-18 Hellcat—light, fast, and adept at countering both infantry and armored attacks.

    In the face of German tank superiority, the Hellcats became the unsung heroes of the Battle of the Bulge. Picture this: pinned down by a Tiger, and then, like avenging angels, a couple of Hellcats roll onto the scene, repositioning and fending off the enemy onslaught.

    The emblem crafted for the Camp Hood, Texas tank destroyer program perfectly encapsulates the spirit of those daring times. A German panzer, mangled in the jaws of a black cat, symbolizes the fearless prowess of the tank destroyers—a symbol etched onto the sign marking the entrance to the facility. It stands as one of the most badass insignias of the war, a testament to the ingenuity and tenacity that defined an era.

    The tri-blend fabric creates a vintage, fitted look. And extreme durability makes this t-shirt withstand repeated washings and still remain super comfortable.

    • 50% polyester, 25% combed ring-spun cotton, 25% rayon
    • Fabric weight: 3.4 oz/yd² (115.3 g/m²)
    • Pre-shrunk for extra durability
    • 40 singles
    • Regular fit
    • Side-seamed construction

    Size guide

      LENGTH (inches) WIDTH (inches)
    S 28 18
    M 29 20
    L 30 22
    XL 31 24
    2XL 32 26
    3XL 33 28
    4XL 34 30
      LENGTH (cm) WIDTH (cm)
    S 71.1 45.7
    M 73.7 50.8
    L 76.2 55.9
    XL 78.7 61
    2XL 81.3 66
    3XL 83.8 71.1
    4XL 86.4 76.2

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