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Blue Streak

by Jordan Wickett
Today your average transporter is a mobile palace complete with a juice bar and massage table for the pampered drivers. The haulers of yesteryear were a bit more utilitarian and purposeful. The Rennabteilung was a franken-truck. Built to be the fastest car transporter ever sporting the inline six straight out of a 300 SL. How's that for quick?
Shirt Color: Silver Arrows
Sale ended: 12-01-2016
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While our tees are preshrunk 100% cotton, you should expect up to 10% shrinkage for Fitted Tees. For Heavy Duty shirts (slightly boxier with fuller sleeves) expect ~5% shrinkage. All dimensions are approximate. Check our FAQ for more info.
Fitted Tee
Size S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Width 19" 20 ½" 22" 24" 26" 28"
Length 28" 29" 30" 31" 32" 33"
Tapered arm fit, medium weight fabric. Next Level 3600, 4.3oz fabric weight. 100% cotton except heather grey which is 10% polyester.
Heavy Duty Tee
Size S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Width 18" 20" 22" 24" 26" 28"
Length 28" 29" 30" 31" 33" 34"
Boxy arm fit, heavy weight fabric. Hanes Beefy-T 5186, 6oz fabric weight. 100% ringspun cotton.
Premium Tri-Blend
Size S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Width 18 ¼" 19 ¾" 21 ¼" 22 ¾" 24 ¾" 26 ¾"
Length 27 ½" 28 ½" 29 ½" 30 ½" 31 ½" 32 ½"
Fitted sleeves and cut, our softest tee with great drape and stretch. Heathered colors. Next Level 6010, 4.3oz fabric weight. 50% poly/25% cotton/25% rayon blend.
Tanks
Size S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Width 19" 20 ½" 22" 24" 26" 28"
Length 29" 30" 31" 32" 33" 34"
Generous fit, medium weight fabric. Next Level 6333, 4oz fabric weight. 60% cotton/40% poly blend.
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Artist Specs
  • Name: Jordan Wickett
  • Location: British Columbia, Canada
  • Website/FB: @jwickett722
Artist Profile
Jordan's creative side comes from his mother, who never put the camera down. Learning as she taught herself photo editing provided a great base for when he had access to computer graphics, video editing, and web design courses as a teenager. Shortly after graduation Jordan was given an SLR camera, and he continued to hone his creativity on his own time. When automotive photography became too competitive a hobby, he picked up vector again and decided to make a few t-shirts. Professionally, Jordan works for an auto parts company custom mixing paint and selling brake pads. You can find other samples of work on his instagram.