Seattle Collection

Freedom to be Peculiar Tee

Sale price$32.00
Size: S
T-Shirt Size Chart
Size A - Length (in) B - Width (in) C - Sleeve Length (in)
S 26 ⅝ 18 ¼ 16 ¼
M 28 20 ¼ 17 ¾
L 29 ⅜ 22 19
XL 30 ¾ 24 20 ½
2XL 31 ⅝ 26 21 ¾
*This is a guide only, some measurements may differ from garment to garment.
In stock

Our unisex, relaxed fit t-shirts are crafted from 100% garment-dyed cotton and offer a classic, slightly oversized fit that feels lived-in and soft. The thick, structured construction ensures a comfortable, durable fit while staying soft and breathable. Size up for that essential, oversized tee look.

About the Design

The Fremont Rocket, a distinctive and iconic sculpture in Seattle, has a unique history dating back to 1994 when it was first installed in the Fremont neighborhood. The rocket was initially a Cold War-era relic from a missile silo and was repurposed as public art. Over the years, it has become a beloved symbol of Fremont's quirky and artistic character, standing at 53 feet tall and painted in vibrant colors. The rocket represents the neighborhood's commitment to embracing creativity and celebrating its eccentric identity, bearing the Fremont crest and motto, “De Libertas Quirkas”–which means “Freedom to be Peculiar.”