Women's Surf Wyoming® First Park Bison Tee - Black
You MUST have covered this one in American History, and if you are from Wyoming, you always got this one right in the local Trivial Pursuit tournament. Our First Park Bison tee is a tribute to the bill introduced in Congress in 1871 by Montana's W.H. Claggett.
"The bill now before Congress has for its objective the withdrawal from settlement, occupancy, or sale, under the laws of the United States a tract of land fifty-five by sixty-five miles, about the sources of the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers, and dedicates and sets apart as a great national park or pleasure-ground for the benefit and enjoyment of the people." This bill passed easily in 1872, making Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park the first National Park in the U.S. of A. If this is a history lesson for you, buy this shirt and tell a great piece of U.S. history at your next gathering. Folks will be impressed by your knowledge, and your sweet new tee.
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The technical jargon you also need to know and sizing details above to ensure you get the best fit:
Surf Wyoming tees are made with a beautiful combed cotton/poly jersey, a 60/40 blend; preshrunk and fitted nicely against the body [not that boxy, heavy, scratchy stuff they sell at truck stops – nothing against truck stops, mind you].
And ladies, our tees make you look and feel like a million bucks – ridiculously soft and comfortable with a broken-in feel. They’ll quickly become your go-to favorite that you can't wait to pull over your head!
Meet the Women's First Park Bison Tee - in Black.