Fatherdom needn't mean a man lets go of his badassedness. No sir. Quite the contrary in fact. A family man has more grit and purpose. It only takes a simple thought experiment to prove. Who would you rather face in a dark ally? A young rakehell with little to lose, or a daddy protecting his daughter from said rakehell? Yeah, that's what I thought.
Designed as a nod to the brilliant SOL series, this shirt is a comfy homage is on 100% combed cotton jersey, which gives an ultra-soft feel combined with the comfortable stretch. With combed cotton, dirt and impurities, along with short fibers, are removed while the straightened fibers lie more closely together, so there's less chance of fraying and other nastiness. The bottom line, the shirt is extremely soft.
The design features a free rider skeleton mounted on his motorcycle, wings spread to his sides, charging forward fearlessly as if death was as far a concern as it could be to a animated bonesman of liberty mania. Above states Dad's of Liberty, below Maniac Club. And in script reads "flying by the seat of our pants" because that's just what Dads do.
These shirts are of the modern age, so if you're looking for those boxy tent-like t-shirts of yesteryear, you're out of luck. These are built with quality in mind and to show off your manly contours while obscuring your belly. We're looking for a "just right" fit here, gentlemen, so we recommend a size larger than normal if you need some space.
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