Bring the Sawdust Boarding Hatchet - Crew Tee



Here’s the background behind our platoon mantra of “Bring the Sawdust”. During the Revolutionary War era, Marines employed various tactics and preparations for maritime raiding and naval combat. Marines during that time were typically responsible for providing security on board ships, engaging in boarding actions, and supporting naval operations. They were skilled in close-quarters combat and played a vital role in defending ships, conducting boarding parties, and repelling enemy attacks. Sawdust was spread to absorb moisture and prevent slipping on wet surfaces. While boarding ships in naval combat, Marines would throw sawdust down on the decks so that their feet could grip and they could continue to fight despite the decks becoming slick with blood. Marines would use knives, pistols, three sided bayonets and boarding axes to engage in close combat with the enemy.


Comfortable and light, this premium fitted short sleeve is a classic choice. High quality print adds a statement to one's workout or everyday routine.
.: Premium fit
.: 100% Soft cotton (fiber content may vary for different colors)
.: Light fabric
.: Tear away label
.: Runs bigger than usual
Product Notes:
  • The design has been adjusted a bit smaller so that it doesn't get cut off when you tuck in your shirt. See the last six photos for the true design size.
  • If your shirt has a smell, this is a pre-treatment that's added to shirt to prevent the graphic from fading. Throw you shirt in the wash and it will come out completely fresh.

  S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Width, in 19.02 20.52 22.01 24.02 26.03 28
Length, in 28 29.02 30 31.03 32.01 33
Sleeve length, in 7.49 7.88 8.27 8.67 9.06 9.45