On the front, we show an illustration of Louie Simmons using his master level of force to control the movement of weights. This design is a comical take on the mystical powers that Louie has acquired over his time.
This design pays credit to Newton's second law, which has played a huge role in the world of strength and conditioning. We thought that this was a rather humorous way to keep in with the theme of the t-shirt.
This t-shirt is one of the softest and most comfortable fabrics you will find. It is fabric laundered to help eradicate any shrinkage, and it fits true to size.
Along with this custom t-shirt, you will receive a unique Master Louie One&Done sticker and a F=ma-themed coaster.
Get your May the F=ma be with you t-shirt today before they sell out.
This is a unique item with limited inventory that can not be returned or exchanged after purchase. Please DOUBLE CHECK that you have selected the correct size if you are unsure or in between sizes; we recommend choosing one size bigger.
- Fabric: Tri-Blend Jersey
- 50% Polyester
- 25% Combed Ring-Spun Cotton
- 25% Rayon
- Weight: 4.3oz
- Neck: Crew Neck
- Binding: Side-seamed. 1x1 tri-blend baby rib set-in collar.
- Label: Weak. Things. Break™ custom locker tag
- Color: Black
- Fit: Comfy
- Note: Cold Wash Only
What does One & Done™ mean?
This product WILL NEVER be produced again after its first run. This item will come with its own unique packaging, and hand wrote identifying number card, and a custom sticker.
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As a consumer of many worn products on the market I can honestly say the qualities in these shirts like fabric and design are top of the line!