Rob Cosman's T-Shirt: "Wood is Good"
Beefy-T, T-Shirts in Dark Blue with the Purple Heart Project Logo on the front left breast and with a bold "Wood is Good" on the back.
Comes in a hefty 6.1-oz. weight for added durability.
Made with 100% soft, ring-spun cotton.
Double-needle, cover-seamed, lay flat collar keeps its shape wash after wash.
Shoulder-to-shoulder tape for durability.
Durable double stitching trims sleeves and bottom hem.
Full cut provides roomier fit.
- Chest size in Inches: S: 34-36, M: 38-40, L: 42-44, XL: 46-48, XXL: 50-52
- Chest size in centimeters: S: 86-91, M: 97-102, L: 107-112, XL: 117-122, XXL: 127-132
Love the T-Shirt. My brother in-law is a Viet Nam Purple Heart recipient and I wear the shirt proudly!
These t-shirts are high quality and strong. The t-shirt is made with thick fabric which will make it last for a long time. I ordered the large and it fit perfectly. Whenever I’m doing a project I make sure to wear my shirt. I have been following Rob’s YouTube quarantine live shows since I’m also stuck at home. As a currently serving U.S. Army Recruiter in upstate New York, I have been spreading the word to all the Veterans and supporters to watch Rob’s videos and help support the Purple Heart Project. Thank you Rob and team for everything you do for us.
The shirt is made from a heavy material, and the seams are reinforced over the shoulders. The color stayed during the first washing, and did not overly shrink.
I haven't worn it yet; it has been cold in New Jersey. But my principal plan has been to wear it on the beach at Cape Cod. There are lots of nosey New Englanders who will ask about the Purple Heart Project. Also one of the deacons at our church is very active in the VFW so, when we are allowed to attend mass again, I will tell him about the project. I am not too knowledgeable about web-sites and my kids aren't around so I'll use this to comment on the drawer making series. It's marvelous! I'm old (79), self taught, and not very good even after more than 50 years of making sawdust. A big benefit of this series consists of watching your father diagnose and address problems. Most videos on woodworking show an "expert" move from one perfect step to another. Guys like me need to learn what to do when things go wrong. Thank you. Also I have to comment on the relationship you have with your father. Be appreciative of the fact that he listens to you and respects your opinions. It isn't always like that. Indeed all his references to your family show a warm and human love which is heartwarming.
Very nice t’s, I wear them proudly!