Navy Colorado Tee
While Lewis and Clark were busy exploring the northern portion of the Louisiana Purchase, US Army Lieutenant Zebulon Pike, Jr. was leading an expedition into the American south west. It was on this quest that Americans first laid eyes on Colorado. Taken aback by the territory’s diverse and immense beauty, Zebulon recorded the first sight of a distant mountain he called “Grand Peak”. Years later the mountain would be renamed Pikes Peak and would earn a reputation as home to one of the most beautiful views in the country. In fact, it was in 1895 that Katherine Lee Bates was inspired to write “America the Beautiful” after a visit to Pike’s Peak.
From the Colorado Rockies to The Great Sand Dunes outside Alamosa, the centennial state is home to some of the most beautiful spots in the country. Keep a little piece of that beauty with you wherever you go with this insanely soft tee from Garage Cotton. Whether you’re chowing down on a cheeseburger (invented at the Humpty Dumpty Drive-In in Denver) or enjoying a root beer float (created by Frank J. Wisner of Cripple Creek in 1893), this tee is sure to keep you cool and comfortable all day long.
- 50% cotton, 25% polyester, 25% rayon
- Machine washable, tumble dry
- Printed in the USA
- Fabric laundered to reduce shrinkage
Sizing & Fit Details
- Unisex sizing
- Men- We recommend sizing up from your usual t-shirt size
- Women- We recommend sizing down from your usual t-shirt size
- Small- 36" Chest, 27.5" Length
- Medium- 39" Chest, 28.5" Length
- Large- 42" Chest, 29.5" Length
- XL- 45" Chest, 30.5" Length
- 2XL- 49" Chest, 31.5" Length