The back of the Samurai t-shirt showing a Samurai, bloodied in battle, broken sword raised, and shot up with arrows, but continuing to fight

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An original interpretation of Utagawa Kuniyoshi’s Number 27, Ishikawa Sôsuke Sadatomo at the Battle of Shizu-ga-mine in 1583, now available on a Hanes Beefy-T, a nice thick t-shirt with 3-color printing.

Based on the woodblock printed created with Peter Nevins for Crisis Medicine, this print is a reminder that you never stop fighting. Not even when all your weapons are broken and bloody. Not even with seven arrows sticking out of your body. That combat mindset allows people to survive horrible trauma and still live. That combat mindset makes you very hard to kill.

For more information about the print, read about it on the blog.

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An original interpretation of Utagawa Kuniyoshi’s Number 27, Ishikawa Sôsuke Sadatomo at the Battle of Shizu-ga-mine in 1583, now available on a Hanes Beefy-T, a nice thick t-shirt with 3-color printing on the back, and a black and white CM logo on the front left chest.

Based on the woodblock printed created with Peter Nevins for Crisis Medicine, this print is a reminder that you never stop fighting. Not even when all your weapons are broken and bloody. Not even with seven arrows sticking out of your body. That combat mindset allows people to survive horrible trauma and still live. That combat mindset makes you very hard to kill. Learning critical medical training also makes you more likely to survive.

For more information about the print, read about it on the blog.

A T-shirt sizing chart, chest measurements are as follows: Small 18", medium 20", large 22" XL 24" and XXL 26".

Additional information

Weight8.1 oz
Dimensions10 × 14 × .5 in
size

Women's v-neck Large, Women's v-neck Medium, Women's v-neck XL, small, medium, large, XL, XXL

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