President Theodore Roosevelt has a long, significant and colorful place in American history, worthy of checking out. His role in the Spanish-American War was crucial. For his actions he was posthumously awarded a Medal of Honor in 2001—it was under his leadership that the group of volunteers called the Rough Riders charged up Kettle Hill (part of the San Juan Heights in Cuba), pushing the Spanish back, helping Cuba gain her independence and thus ending Spanish colonial rule in the Americas.
Pictured on that hill on the front of this unisex triblend tee are Teddy Roosevelt and the Rough Riders, the brave and bold men that responded to a call in a cause for liberty for the people of Cuba. The back contains favored words spoken from a speech he gave years later commonly knows as the Man in the Arena, containing the ethos the Rough Riders must have possessed in their service to America, worthy of noting and bearing into today.
A striking black-and-white photographic image design dons the front of the shirts, except for the brown, which has a more natural-colored/sepia-toned design on the front.