An aviation t-shirt with a cool design from the HERITAGE collection dedicated to the pioneers of aviation.
Aviation clothing HERITAGE Collection:
The HERITAGE collection showcases the big names in aviation and their iconic aircraft. Man has always been drawn to the sky and the hope of imitating birds. Some, by their intelligence, their passion, their determination or their bravery have enabled significant advances that allow us today to move across the sky quickly and safely. Tribute is paid to them thanks to this new collection regularly enriched by new pioneers who have passed on their heritage to us.
The Aviation t-shirt:
Comfortable fit available in several colors and sizes. The printing of the t-shirts is of very good quality and will not come off after several washes
100% cotton, printed to order from our German supplier.
Wash at 30 ° and it is recommended not to use a dryer for a good hold of the design
Print on demand, usually ships two days after ordering.
Charles Lindbergh and the Spirit of Saint Louis
Charles Lindbergh is an American pilot, the son of Swedish immigrants. He was quickly drawn to aviation and became a pilot for the US AIR Mail. Lindbergh decides to attempt the crossing of the Atlantic Ocean after a reward of $ 25,000 is offered to the first man to achieve the feat. For this, it uses a modified RYAN aircraft to increase its fuel range. It sacrifices for that its comfort and the visibility towards the front of the plane which does not have a windshield! It is thanks to a rudimentary lateral periscope that he will fly to the Bourget aerodrome near Paris! The 33-plus hour flight propelled him to the rank of heroes around the world and opened up immense possibilities for the nascent commercial aviation. The plane was named “Spirit of Saint Louis” in thanks to the city’s many donors.
Charles Lindbergh will remain very involved thereafter in the development of aviation. Unfortunately, his notoriety earned him to see his son Charles III kidnapped and murdered. His positions against the US involvement in World War II will make him suspect of sympathy for NAZI ideology.