Freedom Fatigues believes it is time to create a new sense of purpose that all Americans can share, so we can rise together as a strong nation, united by our shared patriotism.
Shared Purpose Through Patriotism
A shared purpose helps unite people in several ways, particularly when that purpose is channeled through patriotism. A shared sense of patriotism and purpose can create:
- A tool to use as a guide for how we behave, react and think collectively and as a nation.
- The sense of well-being and gratification we get from belonging to a larger group, especially a patriotic community.
- Motivation to accomplish things that will benefit your fellow Americans.
- The well wishes and encouragement of a larger national community can give us the impetus to withstand difficult times and endure adversity as a unified country.
- Working with a group increases the general health of those in the group, their overall outlook, and their work performance.
The Freedom Fatigues These Colors Don’t Run men’s t-shirt is a lightweight, navy blue, super-soft tri-blend shirt with an itch-free, custom tag for everyday comfort. The FF brand on the left chest and American Bald Eagle clutching twin flags displays an empowering patriotic message about American endurance, determination, and perseverance.
Build Community Spirit Through Patriotic Apparel
When a group of people share a purpose and celebrate their patriotic spirit together, it brings forth a spirit of camaraderie and solidarity. That positive patriotism pushes us as Americans to be and do better as members of our national community and become the embodiment of our country’s values.
Outwardly displaying your patriotism through patriotic t-shirts and other American apparel from Freedom Fatigues shows others that you want to be part of that American community and displays your intentions to uphold our values of freedom, equality, and giving back while we help our fellow citizens.
The First H.E.L.P. So What men’s patriotic t-shirt is an ultra-soft, ring-spun cotton, lightweight tee in a beautiful asphalt gray. The shirt is screen printed with a quote from Marcus Aurelius, used in First H.E.L.P’s #SoWhat campaign, and a powerful, helping hand graphic.
The #SoWhat campaign aims to raise awareness of hero suicide and PTSD among first responders and reminds people that needing help, specifically with mental health, is normal, not a stigma.
Patriotic Apparel From Freedom Fatigues
Freedom Fatigues is a veteran/LEO-owned American apparel brand dedicated to producing clothing that embodies our American way of life. We’re proud to be patriots and are committed to upholding our nation’s values and giving back to our American community.
We’re honored to produce 100% American-made clothing and accessories at Freedom Fatigues and partner only with other U.S.-owned and operated companies. Our family-run establishment is also proud to give back to non-profits like First H.E.L.P through the proceeds of selected merchandise as well as general sales.