"I'm not afraid." - Mrs. Voorhes
Here's what you need to know: A soft lightweight ringer camp tee that's ready for action. 50% poly, 37% cotton, and 13% rayon blend with moisture management to keep you cool. The color is bright heathered Camp Crystal Lake blue with gray accents.
Here's why it's so good: This is hands down one of my favorite pieces. The idea is a calendar, based in June 1980, the month Friday the 13th originally debuted. Every day is the 13th (a living nightmare) and Friday the 13th is bold to symbolize the ill fated day. The "Camp Crystal Lake" is a similar type as the sign from the film and the arrows pay tribute to the cabins the counselors live in. On the back reads "Camp Blood" across the neckline with the dates that camp shut down due to the incident.
More good details: Unisex fit. Screen print graphic. Sweatshop-free. Totally original.
Looks good on: The camp tee runs true to size. I have a size large on and I like how it hangs and feel loose, especially with keeping the "camp" theme in mind.