Here in Colorado there is no bigger industry then the ski industry and nothing is more trendy in Colorado than our state flag. Remember the days of 210 cm skis? Remember huge powder baskets on your poles? Remember headbands, jeans, and gators? Remember wool sweaters with moose and deer knitted on them? Remember stretch pants? Ahhhhh, we love stretch pants.
We found this artwork on an old 1963 Michelin map of Colorado. Who knew that the Michelin Man drew maps on his day off? Idiot Genius! Whether you are out pounding the pow, or skiing the bar you will give a shout out to all the vintage skiers that came before you with this shirt.
This is a high-quality silkscreen, not an iron-on transfer.
Adult unisex sizes available. This design is printed on the "Teal" Next Level #6210 (60% Cotton / 40% Polyester) for sizes Small, Medium and XLarge. Sizes Large and 2XL are printed on the "Teal" American Apparel #2001 (100% Cotton) This style is more "fitted", so if you are between sizes we recommend grabbing a size up. Please refer to the following links for size charts: