Nine Line Apparel is proud to further expand its American Made shirt options to some of our most popular designs. American manufacturing is an ongoing strategic initiative for us – and while Nine Line Apparel has always been designed and printed in the USA, this further development of our American-sourced and –produced product line is an exciting new option for our brand and our customers!
About The Design
The freedom that Americans enjoy today is not free, it has been earned by the sacrifice of brave men and women who have dedicated their lives to protecting our great country. In Norse mythology, Valhalla is a glorious hall where fallen warriors can join their brothers and sisters in arms after death. The hall is reserved for only the bravest of soldiers who die a "heroic death" - men and women who would selflessly lay down their lives to protect those who matter most to them.
The brave men and women who have died protecting the United States will not only live on in our hearts, but will find a home in the halls of Valhalla, WHERE THE BRAVE SHALL LIVE FOREVER!!
We have to give thanks to all the men and women in the armed forces, for they are the reason that were are free in the United States of America, I am an immigrant from Cuba when Fidel. As he took over 1959, my parents were stripped of their land, business, and personal belongings, when we arrive in miami with absolute nothing but clothes on our back, this Country USA opened their arms and welcomed us, 1n August of 1966, And for that I am so ever Grateful and honored. I shall continue to be Faithful and honored to be a part othia great Country. God Bless America. Thank you for doing this shirts, they are excellent workmanship and I am proud to wear them everywhere I go and stand tall for what they represent. Thank you to all who make this possible. God Bless.
T-shirt is athletic fit, so tapered around the waist. Good fit and finish. I got the Navy blue and quickly became my favorite workout shirt. I like the fact that they keep coming up with new designs. Good job Nineline.