Don't Tread on Me Hoodie
Considered one of the first flags in America, the Don’t Tread on Me flag was presented to the colonies' first commander-in-chief of the Navy by Colonel Christopher Gadsden of South Carolina. The snake was used as early as 1751 by Benjamin Franklin to express dissatisfaction with British government. It was popularized by others, including Paul Revere.
This ultra-soft grey hooded sweatshirt features a large coiled snake in the front with the words Don’t Tread on Me in white capital letters below.
Offered in five adult sizes. Made of 60% cotton and 40% polyester. Machine wash cool, tumble dry low.
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