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Caribbean Trading’s exclusively designed Everyday is a Holiday Hammock T-shirt is printed on a heavyweight, highest quality shirt. This t-shirt feels like you have owned it for years and the quality of the shirt and print will stand the test of time. Everyday is a Holiday and every Meal is a Banquet in Puerto Rico.
Captain Tim has tried and tested these shirts for over 15 years – Captain Tim approved!
Full Back Design and Front Left Chest Design
More information on our Shirts:
- 100% garment dyed tee.
- 6.1 ounce ringspun cotton.
- Soft washed garment dyed fabric.
- Set-in sleeves.
- 3/4¨ ribbed collar with double-needle top stitched neckline.
- Double needle stitched armhole, sleeve and waist hems.
- Taped neck shoulder to shoulder.
- Made in the USA
Sizes Available: S – 2XL
Colors Available: Brown & Emerald
Captain Tim has been designing his own t shirts for a long time. The dress code in the Caribbean is casual and the Captain’s favored uniform is a t-shirt and pants. So, as the company grew and we had 2 retail locations, the first priority was to design some really awesome t-shirts of a quality that he loved and could wear daily without being destroyed… and there began the long process to bring our designs from concept to the shelf. This Hammock T shirt is the perfect form of personal expression and statement-making. Share your love of the Caribbean with these awesome Puerto Rico t shirts.
Did you know?
Hammocks are a Puerto Rican invention. The work Hammock comes from the Taino word Hamaca. You can learn more about it on our blog: “All About Hammocks“. T shirts may just be a (somewhat) Caribbean invention after all! According to Wikipedia, the earliest T-shirt dates back to sometime between the 1898 Spanish–American War and 1913, when the U.S. Navy first issued them as undergarments. It became common for sailors and Marines in work parties, the early submarines, and tropical climates to remove their uniform jacket, wearing (and soiling) only the undershirt. So… since the Spanish-American War was fought in Puerto Rico and Cuba, one could conjecture that t shirts really took off among sailors in the heat of the Caribbean!