January 1941: War rages across Europe. Exiled Belgian politician Victor De Lavaleye goes on air for the BBC. He suggests the letter "V"be used as a symbol of resistance against the Nazis.
"V" meaning Victory, and in Flemish, "V" meaning "vrijheid" or Freedom. The symbol spread throughout occupied Europe. Cigarettes, stamps, and stickers bore a bold "V". Even Churchill took up the symbol. As the war continued, One of the more famous examples of the V was the American Victory Eagle, featured on stamps with the words "WIN THE WAR".
This year's Core design is inspired by that spirit of resistance. The will to keep fighting no matter the odds. To unite and defeat evil.
V IS FOR VICTORY. V IS FOR FREEDOM.
The classic triblend. Whether worn at the gym, the range, or for everyday wear, this tee has the lightweight feel, stretch, and durability to take all the punishment you can dish out.
This shirt has a tighter fit in the upper body, consider ordering a size up if you want to swim in this tee.
MACHINE WASH COLD, TUMBLE DRY LOW
50/25/25 POLYESTER/COTTON/RAYON BLEND
FABRIC IS KNIT, DYED AND CUT IN THE USA
ASSEMBLED IN MEXICO OR HONDURAS / PRINTED IN MONTANA
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