These shirts were created for RTX -- the orange and white designs are printed on quality grey Anvil cotton T-shirts. They're lightweight, durable, and should compete with your favorite 16,384 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets for comfort.
The design features Luke McKay's rendition of a 1950s US Air Force K-1 High Altitude Partial Pressure Helmet; it's the same helmet that's on the cover of Flying By Wire in Art Kane's beautiful 1960 photograph. (Luke's drawing also appears inside FBW's CD case!)
Thanks to Kari for the heads up on thisToday marks the 10th anniversary of the show Firefly -- although I am a relatively recent convert, this show is incredible, and so is the movie. If you have any means to help get this show back on the air, please help out!
As a longtime customer, I'm annoyed Apple isn't including the 1st generation iPad in the newest IOS release.
Historically, Apple products generally kept their value because even if they were more expensive, they typically outlasted other comparable products on other platforms in terms of usability and support.
And now this -- for a product that came out in 2010. Ugh.