So... CPR always talks about ISU as a 'blue-collar' team, and I think most of us fully embrace the rhetoric. I'm planning on having a custom mechanic's work short made since I can't ever find one. I'm torn as to whether I should get the literal blue collar shirt or a charcoal one ( I like the charcoal better aesthetically but the light blue one sticks with the idea a little better). They also make a red one, but that is too much for me.
In any case, on the front I'd put my name, or Cyclones or something in a white patch with red border and lettering. I'd add a patch similar to this on the sleeve and I'm looking for a large I-State logo for the back (embroidered patch). Thoughts on the color? Or has anyone ever seen one of these pre-made? (I'd make the images below smaller if I could)
Probably... I actually hate short sleeve button shirts normally. However, in my manufacturing days during summers between school, we only ever had short sleeve shirts so it's sort of ingrained in me I think.
Think Oscar Wilde when he said, "every saint has a past, every sinner has a future." But also think Neil Young: the fork in the road, light a candle. Instead of cursing the darkness, let's light a candle for where we're going. This was fantastic for the world. We are better people for having been here. It was absolutely incredible. I'm inspired. I don't know when I'll ever sleep again.
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