- 50% Recycled Polyester, 37% Recycled Cotton, 13% Recycled Rayon
- Premium tagging
- Classic fit
- 1x1 bound ribbed collar
- 2-needle sleeve & bottom hem
Each color process remains a mixture of art & science: designs are executed by American artists that expertly blend inks, build varying mesh screens, press several layers of stencils, & add unique blends of solution to achieve the vintage effects
- Proudly made in the USA
- "Party like it's 1773 -- No! ne'er was mingled such a draught in palace, hall, or arbor, as freemen brewed and tyrants quaffed that night in Boston Harbor"
- Favorite t-shirt status
Boston Tea Party--Tipping Point Tax The Tea Act met resistance throughout the colonies. American merchants refused to purchase East India Company tea because of the tax. A crowd of 5000 Bostonians met at the Old South Meeting House, resulting in hundreds of men disguising themselves with soot and blankets to throw about a million-dollars worth of tea into the harbor. Boston became the focus of Parliament's outrage. The War of Independence would start in Massachusetts.