Riding with Rodney Unisex 3/4 Sleeve Retro-Style Baseball Tee

The front of this unisex 3/4 sleeve retro-style baseball tee features the Rodney Govens’ campaign signature “Riding with Rodney” motorcycle artwork, with its navy blue icon of the state of Arkansas and the 1st Congressional District glowing in electric blue. Within the motorcycle frame are words describing the values Rodney embodies: Authenticity, Courage, Empathy, and Determination. Below the motorcycle the text reads: “Elect a Rep who hears us, gets us, and helps us.” The back of the shirt is not printed.

These shirts are a blend of cotton, polyester, and rayon. The collar is ribbed knitting for improved durability. The sides have seams to provide structural support.

.: 52% airlume combed and ring-spun cotton, 48% polyester (fiber content may vary for different colors)
.: Extra light fabric (3.6 oz/yd² (122 g/m²))
.: Modern fit
.: Tear-away label
.: Runs smaller than usual

SMLXL2XL
Width, in17.6419.6121.6123.6225.63
Length, in27.1328.1129.1330.1231.14
Sleeve length, in23.7024.4525.2025.9426.69

$35.50$42.10

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Rodney is committed to visiting every city and town in Arkansas’ First Congressional District, to ask you and your neighbors what you need your next Congressman to do in office. Your donation will power Rodney’s work and restore empathy and hope for Arkansans. 

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