This black-only tee bears the cover image of the 1922 book, Radio: The Miracle of the 20th Century, by Frederick E. Drinker and James G. Lewis M.E. From the inset pages, quote: A vivid, authentic and intensely interesting story of radio communication and the remarkable accomplishments of men who have made it possible to talk through space to people miles away. A story of human achievement that stands unrivalled in the history of humanity Together with… A colorful portrayal, giving a broad, general view of the whole subject of wireless telegraph and telephone and its marvelous development. (Its a pretty awesome book, actually, you should check it out… no library pun intended.)
A bit more formal than a standard-issue t-shirt, the ultra cotton long sleeve tee is a clear comfort winner. The sleeves also act as a nice frame. There are no side seams. The shoulders are taped for improved durability. This makes for a good fitting around the shoulders and neck. The cotton used for these shirts is environmentally friendly.
.: 100% cotton (fiber content may vary for different colors)
.: Medium fabric (6.0 oz/yd² (203 g/m²))
.: Classic fit
.: Sewn-in label
.: Runs smaller than usual