Embrace the Amazing | LakiKid Autism Awareness Long Sleeve Shirt for Dad
This long-sleeved t-shirt is made of the ultra-smooth American Apparel cotton, and adds the sensibility of long sleeves. The sleeves are cuffed at the hand, to make for a tapered look. The t-shirt is made out of 100% cotton, except for the heather grey color (90% cotton, 10% polyester).
• Long sleeves • Cuffed hands • Durable ribbed neckband • Double stitched • Made in the USA, sweatshop-free
Featuring a multicolored print with puzzle pieces and hand prints, this tee shirt is perfect for anyone suffering from autism, raising a child with autism, or looking to raise awareness for the cause
This colorful autism awareness tee shirt is ideal for wearing to charity events, charity walks and races, autism awareness events, school celebrations, and community events where you want to show love and support for children on the autism spectrum
A colorful graphic print adds a lighthearted touch to a serious issue, making the Autism Embrace the Amazing Colorful Autism Awareness T-Shirt perfect for anyone with a child or a loved one on the autism spectrum. In a short sleeve silhouette that can be worn on its own or layered beneath a zip front hoodie, this unique tee shirt features a multicolored print with puzzle pieces that spell out the word autism, a phrase that reads "embrace the amazing," and colorful adult and child hand prints. Perfect for wearing to an autism awareness event, fundraiser, school event, community event, charity event, sporting event, charity race, or charity walk, this tee shirt is a great way to show your love and support for children with autism and families trying to figure out the best way to handle the disorder. The colorful graphic print adds a whimsical and playful touch to a very serious situation, making it a great ice breaker for anyone looking to start a conversation about autism and raise awareness for the issue. The puzzle pieces signify the complexities of the disorder, while the small and large hand prints serve as a reminder that together, we can work to find a cure and find real solutions for those on the autism spectrum.