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Youth Preside Provide Protect Japanese Tiger T-shirt

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Caution: Not everyone is ready for an awesome display of *power on a t-shirt. This is a youth size shirt for boys or young men who want to remember the charge given to husbands in The Family: A Proclamation to the World. (We call it the #Famproc, or when we're falling sassy, just the proc.)

Preside 
Provide 
Protect 

Those 3 points of emphasis hold an ideal that a man should strive to learn preside in love and righteousness over his family, and provide and protect them, as equal partners with his wife. The lettering is set in a pretty dangerous-looking English font and in Japanese Kanji characters, naturally, as if the tiger itself wasn't fierce enough. Rawr.  

We think that's a cool mantra for anyone trying to live after the manner of happiness.

This original design was created in our Arkansas studio.

About the shirt /

We only print on premium quality, super soft, 100% airlume, cotton shirts that were made in the USA. 

  • 100% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton (fiber content may vary for different colors)
  • Extra light fabric (3.7 oz/yd² (125 g/m²))
  • Retail fit
  • Tear-away label
  S M L XL
Width, in 15.24 16.26 17.24 18.23
Length, in 20.87 22.13 23.39 24.37

 

About production and shipping /

  • Printed in the US on a premium quality American-made shirt🇺🇸
  • Expect 6 to 10 days for arrival. That's about 1 day for processing, 1 - 3 days for production, and 4 - 6 days for USPS shipping.
  • Ships for FREE to the US 🚛🇺🇸

Return policy and refunds /

We guarantee our items will arrive in the time we listed above and that they will be good quality, and undamaged. That means we can't refund clothes that don't fit, or if you change your mind. We do offer full refunds for goods that arrive damaged, or that have printing errors, or if you get the wrong item. We're a small business and our reputation is important to us — if there are issues, we want to make it right.

* Did someone say "display of power?" Well, what does that mean? There's a great talk called "Power in the Priesthood" by Elder Neil L. Anderson that's worth looking at, if you want to look beyond the appearance of power.

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