The old "stovepipe" shape of Texas, before the Compromise of 1850, included lands that would become world-class ski resorts.
Can you imagine heading on out to Steamboat Springs, Texas for your ski vacation?
This design is what we imagine the Republic of Texas Tourism Bureau posters would have looked like in the 1920s, had Texas remained a republic.
This shirt is a perfect weight for sizzling Texas summers and for layering during our bipolar winters.
Very soft and runs true to size. Classic fit, so it's not too fitted. Tear away label means the only thing making your neck itch will be the mosquitoes.