Wilderness Medicine of Utah T-Shirt
I made this shirt for myself when I took Wilderness Medicine of Utah's "Wilderness First Responder" course. WMU doesn't have merchandise, and we can't have NOLS beating WMU can we? Well, except on tuition price, perhaps. Anyway, this shirt is here so I can make another one if I want to, and so others can make one as well. Unfortunately, Zazzle doesn't allow setting a 0% royalty rate, which I'd prefer to do so as not to make money off of a design that does have a couple of WMU-created elements. So, if anyone buys this I'll just send the royalty on to WMU, and in the meantime they'll be getting free advertising. If WMU starts making shirts, or asks me to take this down, I'll make this page private (yes, I told them about this page). This shirt works well on the Sport-Tec wicking fabric. Interesting fabric, and the design printed exceptionally well, which was a bit surprising given that I heard elsewhere it can be hard to print onto synthetic fabrics. The Sport-Tek fabric does have a tendency to snag a bit. Only print this design onto a light shirt rather than a dark shirt, since the black circles won't stand out on a dark shirt. Note that on light shirts Zazzle doesn't print white, so the white areas of this design will let the underlying shirt color show when printed. I used the silver shirt instead of the white shirt, since it's a little more opaque, and the design still looked good. You ought to be able to switch the design to a woman's or child's shirt also, as desired; it shows here as a man's shirt because I originally made it for a man, or at least for me. There's no point to paying full price for this shirt. Zazzle almost always has coupon codes. Look one up so you don't get gouged, and if anything does go wrong with the printing, tell Zazzle to fix it.