$40.00

75th D-Day Anniversary Golf shirt
[DD75BLKGS]

Nothing feels as nice as an all natural fibre, especially when it's as luxurious as this. Made from a thick 11 oz. 100% preshrunk cotton for those who prefer natural materials. cotton double piqué knit, this Gildan Premium Cotton Pique Sport Shirt Polo is both breathable and comfortable. Featuring: side seam construction with 2 1/2” side vents, contoured welt collar and cuffs, heat transfer label, rolled forward topstitched shoulder, clean finished 1 1/4” width placket with reinforced bottom box, 3 colour-matched buttons and durable double needle bottom hem. With over 56,000 stitches of embroidery. This stylized design features the Invasion Stripes (right down to the rivets). On top of the Stripes, you will find the Invasion Star which incorporates the 5 beaches of Normandy from the D-Day Invasion on June 6th 1944 (Omaha, Utah, Sword, Gold and Juno). In the center of the Invasion Star you will find the SHAEF insignia, surrounded by the flags of the countries that had the largest impact on the invasion. The design of the insignia for the Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force (SHAEF) was approved by General Dwight D. Eisenhower, Supreme Commander for Operation OVERLORD, and came into general use in March 1944. Each element in the insignia is symbolic. The main feature is the flaming sword of avenging justice, shown piercing the black of Nazi oppression.Above the sword is a rainbow, symbol of hope, containing all the colours that made up the national flags of the Allies.Then above the rainbow is the blue of peace to come. On the left sleeve of the shirt you will find the 75th anniversary banner 1944-2019. The back of the shirt features our clothing line logo, D-Day Wear®. Our logo done in red, white and blue, features a red maple leaf for Canada, a white crown for Great Britain and a blue Star for the U.S.A. During World War Two all those colours appeared in the flags our countries fought under.
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