In 1883, saloon owner, Luke Short, called on his several friends, William H. Harris, Bat Masterson, William Petillon, Charlie Bassett, Wyatt Earp, Frank McLean, and Neil Brown, to assist him in a feud against the Mayor of Dodge City. They arrived to Dodge City to try to keep the peace and resist against Mr. Short being run out of town.
In the end - Luke Short and his Dodge City Peace Commission lost out. In April of that same year, Short and five of his accomplices we're arrested and marched to the local train station. They were instructed to board a train and never come back to the city. It was "time to get the hell out of Dodge".
This t-shirt commemorates this end of an era where towns began looking to the future - cracking down on the ol' gamblin' and shootin' ways of the west.
This super-soft crew shirt is a good choice if you're looking for a classic long sleeve t-shirt.
• 100% combed ringspun cotton
• Fabric weight: 4.3 oz/yd² (149.2 g/m²)
• 32 singles
• Fabric laundered
• Set-in 1 × 1 baby rib collar
• Tear away label
• Blank product sourced from Nicaragua or Cambodia
Men's Dodge City Peace Commission Long Sleeve Fitted Crew
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