Show your Rural Pride and Kansas Love!
You won't want to take off this super-soft unisex tee, featuring a unique triblend fabrication, modern fit, crew neck and short sleeves. Our friends at Kinfolk Created designed this cool shirt especially for us! See their other great shirts and merchandise at https://kinfolkcreated.com/FREE SHIPPING! Price also includes tax.
This blue tee is a stunning color and will remind you of a Kansas summer sky at its zenith. You'll blend in beautifully against the Kansas scenery when you wear this shirt. Cut for the ladies, this style drapes nicely without being too tight. Polyester, cotton and rayon. (We are out of size small in this shirt.)
You asked, we answered! We've had requests for this color of shirt in this style and finally found one we think you'll like. It's a District Made tri-blend of cotton, polyester and rayon which drapes beautifully and holds its shape. This ladies cut is flattering on any figure and runs true to size. (Available only in M, L and XL)
The color of this shirt is like the color of wheat in May, of the Flint Hills in deep summer and a subtle hue that looks good on everyone. Ad Astra is a rich dark green contrasting with the white shade spelling Kansas. You'll wear it with pride.
Join us for the Big Kansas Road Trip, held each year the first full week-end in May in three different counties. This new event started in 2018 and is growing in popularity. One of the most popular things to do while participating in the BKRT is to fly this flag on your vehicle while you explore. It's a great way to spot fellow explorers!
Nope, no mountains or beaches, but lots of blue sky and the most gorgeous sunrises and sunsets you've ever seen. That's Kansas. Let people know you're proud that there aren't any mountains to get in the way of the view of Kansas!
We loved the style and comfort of this shirt so much, we had to offer it for the ladies in a serene blue color. One of our most popular shirts, you'll not only let others know your love of Kansas but you'll feel wonderful doing it!