Long before us, long after us – that is the motto displayed on the new “Battlefield Eternal” t-shirt, which features the image of a Viking, knight, hoplite, samurai and a modern U.S. Military serviceman. Warriors have been around for years and they will be around for years to come.
The “Battlefield Eternal” t-shirt is one of many t-shirts designed by 7.62 Design and carried by Keepshooting.com. You will be pleased to hear that all 7.62 Design t-shirts are proudly designed and printed right here in the United States. This t-shirt is available in the following sizes: medium (M), large (L), extra-large (XL) and double extra-large (XXL).
The “Battlefield Eternal” t-shirt is printed on a 4.5 ounce, ringspun cotton t-shirt using water-based inks. For your convenience and comfort, all 7.62 Design t-shirts are 100 percent preshrunk and tagless – featuring a printed interior label that eliminates irritation.
All 7.62 Design t-shirts feature original, copyrighted artwork that is property of 7.62 Design/Visual Unrest Apparel Design Group, Inc.
One Sentence Histories of the Warriors
Because I know you all love it so much, it is time for another round of one sentence histories. I will give you a one sentence history for some of the warriors featured on this t-shirt.
- The term Viking typically refers to Norse warriors – people hailing from Scandinavia and speaking the Old Norse language – that were known for exploring, trading and pillaging during the eighth century through the 11th century.
- Knights were warriors that existed during the Middle Ages, occupying the lower rungs of the “nobility” social class that were known for their chivalry and code of honor.
- The Spartan solider, known as a hoplite, was a soldier from the Ancient Greek city-states that practiced “athletic nudity” and typically wielded a spear, among other distinct gear.
- The samurai was a member of the military nobility in feudal Japan that eventually became heavily associated with the warrior class and followed a strict code of honor known as the bushidō.