Team Rubicon tri-blend crew tee

vintage black/white

$35.00
$35.00
$35.00

size guide

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  Body Length Chest Width
Small 27 19
Medium 28⅛ 20½
Large 29⅛ 22
X-Large 30¼ 23½
XX-Large 31¼ 25
measurements are in inches
Body Length - Measured from high point of shoulder
Chest Width - Measured 1" below arm hole

How to Measure:
Choose a similar garment you already own that fits you well. Lay it on a flat surface, such as your bed. Using a tape measure or ruler, measure your garment as described above. For instance, to measure the chest width, begin approximately 1 inch below the arm hole, and measure straight across to the other side. Compare your measurements to ours above, and choose the size you think will fit you best.

50% of all revenue from the Team Rubicon tri-blend crews will go towards Team Rubicon's disaster relief teams of veterans and first responders.

HYLETE 2016 goal: $10,000 - It costs, on average, $10,000 to fund a forward operating base (FOB) for 10 days, which is the average length of a domestic disaster response operation. The FOB is the nerve center for any of our responses: it's where we stage all of our equipment and gear, liaise with the local community and emergency managers.

Team Rubicon's mission: Team Rubicon's primary mission is providing disaster relief to those affected by natural disasters, be them domestic or international. By pairing the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders, medical professionals, and technology solutions, Team Rubicon aims to provide the greatest service and impact possible.

  • details
    • How many members have received help? Since its inception in 2007, Back on My Feet has grown into 11 chapters across the United States helping more than 5,500 residential members who have run a combined 490,000 miles. Back on My Feet has also helped over 2,000 members obtain employment , over 1,300 members obtain housing, and more than 1,400 members have received training or education.
    • 2016 goal In 2016, HYLETE hopes to help Team Rubicon raise $10,000 - It costs, on average, $10,000 to fund a forward operating base (FOB) for 10 days, which is the average length of a domestic disaster response operation. The FOB is the nerve center for any of our responses: it's where we stage all of our equipment and gear, liaise with the local community and emergency managers..
  • material
    50% Polyester / 25% Cotton / 25% Rayon
  • care

    Machine wash cold, tumble dry low, do not bleach.