Hopping Islands - Crew Tee
Island hopping, was a military strategy employed by the Allies in the Pacific War against the Empire of Japan during World War II. The key idea is to bypass heavily fortified enemy islands instead of trying to capture every island in sequence en route to a final target; Japan.
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.
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