1946 Banff-Lake Louise T-shirt (Adult)
During the late 1800’s, skiing was introduced to Canada as Norwegian visitors and immigrants alike brought with them ‘wooden boards’. Made entirely of wood with a metal binding plate and leather straps, these devices were affixed to the feet enabling travelers the ability to traverse the broad, snowy landscapes of the Rocky Mountains and beyond.
All 'heather' colors are a 50/50 Cotton/Polyester blend. All solid colors are 100% ringspun cotton. Both hold the image extremely well as the inks stretch with the fabric and will not peel like silk screening.
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