The Liberty Maniacs enthusiast tee. Being from the Upper Midwest, the Sturgis motorcycle rally is a pretty big deal every year and is an incredible destination for liberty-lovers and free spirits of all types. I can't let a year go past without designing a new shirt for the rally, and this edition harkens back to the days my granddad (below) and his buddies from WW2 came back with their BSAs and began forming clubs featuring hand-written jackets and paint jobs not terribly different than the ones they put on their planes and tanks.
These tees are a high quality, light weight shirt that have a classic fit but run a bit snug, so be sure to size up one if you like a little room. (If you're a bigger dude, just shoot us an email and we'll get you squared away with a shirt that fits you. But we do have them up to XXXXL in black.
They're extremely soft and have a 30 singles ringspun combed thread count so that the print lays just right, so these are really comfortable shirts that almost feel like nothing on your body when you ride. I wanted to use a lighter weight shirt so that you don't overheat under your leathers. But if you do, it's 100% cotton, so the all natural fibers.
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