- 100% Slub yarn cotton
- Loop-wheel, tube construction (no side seam)
- Ecru shade (slight off-white)
- Mil spec cover stitch-style and turn-back
- US Navy contract neck stamp
- Available in sizes 36 - 44
The 100 Mile Championship was traditionally held at Old Orchard Beach, Maine, and moved to Laconia NH in 1938. This print is taken from original period design elements and printed upon our accurate reproduction of the US Army wartime under-T-shirt.
The T itself is made from a superior quality 'slub yarn' cotton, which is constructed as per the original in terms of cut, seam-style and shade. The neck aperture is the correct 'open' style cut, which is slightly bigger than most modern-day Ts, and the sleeves are of a reasonably short length, and not loose (but not gripping). The torso is slim, but also not gripping, and is long enough to be comfortably tucked in, and not come out, but still looks sensible if worn untucked.