This shirt features the legendary German road sign 282, found on the best stretches of the Autobahn, marking the “end of all restrictions.” Perhaps bombing through the German countryside with no speed limit is a memory from a European delivery—or a memory yet to be made—but the freedom of driving without limits can be found anywhere, anytime in those secret moments when everything else fades away leaving only you, the road, and the horizon.
Water-based discharge ink for supple feel and vintage look
Printed collar 'tag' replaces itchy fabric tag
Embroidered H&T hem tag for bespoke feel
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We use a 50/50 Bellas+Canvas shirt for this design, made proudly sweatshop-free in the United States and Nicaragua. An ultra-soft, ultra-comfy shirt that feels like you’ve owned it for years the moment you put it on, and for years to come. Sure, these cost us a few more dollars than other brands, but we believe the premium quality is worth every penny. This shirt is a middle ground between the Tri-Blend and 100% Cotton shirts—blending the two fabrics (50% Polyester and 50% Ring-Spun Cotton) increases strength, decreases weight, and adds softness and breathability.
Our shirts are silk-screened by skilled craftsmen in Portland, Oregon, at a shop renowned for their work with water-based and discharge inks. Unlike plastisol inks which place a layer of plastic-like ink on the surface, these special inks actually dye the fibers of the fabric. This leaves a printed area that is light and soft to the touch that won’t crack and disintegrate from wear and washing. When used on a poly-blend fabric (such as this shirt), the discharge agent in the ink bleaches the original dye only from the organic fabric; this creates a distinct heathered effect, giving the print a broken-in or vintage feel.