A special message from Kevin, our completely fictional cartoon pig mascot:
Did you know that even after weaning, a piglet will eat five to six pounds of food a day? Piglets eat up to nine hundred pounds of food before they reach finishing weight, and each litter can include as many as twelve piglets. That's as much as five tons of food for each litter!
That's why I promise: if you buy one of our Flying Bacon logo tees, one hundred percent of the proceeds will go to putting food in the mouths of hungry piglets. My hungry piglets, to be specific. There are a lot of them, and they're all very hungry. Please, support a litter of piglets, and their exhausted parents: buy a Flying Bacon logo t-shirt today!
It probably doesn't seem like it if you've ever petted a wild pig, but our Kevin's skin is soft and supple, and it doesn't tolerate itchy, rough, cheap-tastic shirts like some other companies will sell you. At Flying Bacon, premium is standard, period. We don't mess with even giving you a bad option: Kevin only picks that good stuff.
So all of our colors are 60% combed ring-spun cotton and 40% polyester. We're talking 32 single 4.3 ounce!
What's that? Less about fabric weight and more about how these shirts fit? Check out the sizing chart below, yo.
Our hoodies don't mess around, either: they're 7.2 oz and 75 percent combed ring-spun cotton, with 25 percent polyester for some flex. They've got a great traditional hoodie fit, and are either a pullover so you get a pouch pocket out of the deal, or zip-front so you get two pockets. We actually let you choose which you'd like, because that's how cool we are. The hood is unlined and has a fly white drawcord, and 1/4 inch white neck tape. The two-inch rolled forward shoulder gives these hoodies a good natural hang. These are, if you don't mind our saying, some dope hoodies.
Measured from high point shoulder to finished hem at back.
Measured across the chest one inch below armhole when laid flat, seam-to-seam.