By Texans for Texans

And I Will Go To Texas, Crockett Tee
    You know the story. When David Crockett lost his reelection bid in 1835, he said to the voters of his district: "Since you have chosen to elect a man with a timber toe to succeed me, you may all go to hell and I will go to Texas."

    We took that iconic sentiment and merged it with classic American iconography: Flagg's  World War I recruiting poster of Uncle Sam. That pointing finger sure reinforces Crockett's message.

    Col. Crockett's visage is from his 1831 portrait by Samuel Stillman Osgood. The coonskin cap? We took that right off Fess Parker. We're tickled with how it came together. And with as much as we've read about David Crockett and his ways, we think he would be too.

    Semper Texas logo slug on right sleeve. All cotton, it's a perfect weight for our broiling summers and great for layering during our on-again-off-again winters. Blanks are sourced from this continent, designed in Corpus Christi and printed in the Southern United States.