Ready to catch some rays? So is this super-soft, warmer-weather wonder. Featuring a slightly heavier, heathered fabric for a more structured feel and elevated style, this favorite almost makes the tank top the new button-down—at least from the beach to the barbecue circuit. Grab the sunnies and set out.
Featuring the super-softness you can’t get enough of, your new stand-by for stand-out, throw-on-and-go style is here. Whether you’re out and about running errands, taking to the town for the night, or kicking back at home, this go-to favorite is so comfortable you’d think it was the reason clothes came into existence in the first place.
Behold the lady of New York Harbor that’s been greeting guests from the Atlantic since 1886.
While most know the Statue of Liberty was a gift from the French, few know our lady’s stunning profile debuted at the World’s Fair in Paris eight years prior and that her striking green color was unplanned and only an aftereffect of the oxidation of her copper exterior. What’s more, the universal symbol of freedom was a functioning lighthouse for years and over 300 different hammers were used to craft her. Pay homage to the lady of our land with this super-soft, patriotic standout.
If you dig irony, we have a patriotic bit that couldn’t ring more loudly: The Liberty Bell. Next to the Statue of Liberty and bald eagle, no symbol speaks to America’s independence and freedom from Great Britain quite like the bell, right?
A bell made in, where else, but London…That’s right the bell that was allegedly rung to signal freedom from that oppressive monarch was originally made by said monarch—bellfounding firm Lester and Pack to be specific, the same firm responsible for Big Ben.
The Liberty Bell had been ordered by Pennsylvania Provincial Assembly in 1751 for hanging in what is now Philly’s Independence Hall but cracked after it’s initial ringing. Two amateur American bellfounders, John Pass and John Stow sought to remedy the situation twice by recasting the bell with beefed up copper, but, to no avail. We’re chalking up the faulty bell to some British foretelling of our break from the motherland, and an attempt to mute our message of independence. Not cool, Britain, not cool. Rep the three letters that ring louder than any other in this super-soft feminine favorite!
USA’s eye in the sky, the good ol’ bald eagle, has long spread his winsome wings and soared over our stunning nation to keep our skies friendly and our ground protected. And because our national bird has diligently done such a standout job, it’s about time we paid homage to the steadfast titan. Spread your wings while donning this summer, patriotic wonder, and fly in symmetry with that good ol’ bird.
Ahhh, 1967’s Summer of Love. The good vibrations that brought about flower power, holistic thinking, an emphasis on art and meditation and, of course, that famed guiding trifecta of peace, love and happiness.
Younger generations’ growing skepticism of America’s government finally gave way in January of 1967 when more than 30,000 convened on Golden Gate Park for a “Human Be-In,” an event that, in addition to promoting communal living, free love, the realigning of political power and impassioned consciousness, kick started the Summer of Love.
By the time summer rolled around in ’67, San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury neighborhood was the place to be, with more than 100,000 descending on it to practice the New Age philosophies. Channel the good vibes with this classic women’s throwback racerback, and pay homage to the one of the most transformative moments in America’s history.
Ohio State’s fight song “Across the Field” was written in 1915 by student William A. Dougherty, Jr., 12 years after school song “Carmen Ohio.” While “Carmen Ohio” perfectly expresses the revere all Buckeyes have for their alma mater, Dougherty Jr. felt it didn’t embody the necessary notes to amp up the Scarlet and Gray before stomping the gridiron, thus he took it upon himself to write and add the now-classic “Across the Field” to the catalogue.
It’s proven so popular it’s been co-opted in differing forms by a range of schools. But despite its widespread riffs, the song remains a Buckeye original. Warm up your voice and get ready to bolster your Buckeyes across the field with this super-soft Scarlet and Gray classic.
Just before the turn of the 19th century, surveyors of the Connecticut Land company laid out the state’s Western Reserve into townships, with a capital city named after its leader, General Moses Cleaveland. Today, with the Browns, the Cavs, and the Indians; the Flats, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and the West Side Market; The Plain Dealer, Key Tower, and NASA's Glenn Research Center—Cleveland is the city. Pay homage to the city of legend in our classic super-soft tank top.
There’s no guide to achieving legend status. It’s not about acclaim—it never will be. It’s not measured in dollar signs or trophies. It’s an unrelenting game of one-upmanship against yourself until the record book can never do you justice.
From the original wine and gold to the years of burnt orange, Cavs colors may have changed but the tenacity and resilience Cleveland is known for sure hasn’t. Whether you’re at the game, around town or halfway across the globe, rep your Cleveland Cavaliers pride and pay homage with this super-soft, feminine favorite.
Who can forget game four, Benzinger’s foul ball grab that sealed the Reds’ win, waking the following morning to find the front page of the Cincinnati Enquirer proclaim “Sweep!”?
Facing the heavily favored Oakland A’s—who were the defending World Series champs and back in the Fall Classic for the third straight season—the Cincinnati Reds ignored the doom-and-gloom chatter of pundits and drew on their season-long momentum atop the National League. With a loaded lineup of Chris Sabo, Barry Larkin and Eric Davis combined with the Nasty Boys relief pitching staff, Cincinnati won both games at Riverfront Stadium only to double down in enemy territory in games three and four to finish the clean sweep. Pay homage.
Whether you are a kid growing up on the skids, a chick with those crimson lips, or down at 2401 Ontario St. celebrating another Indians win, you know one thing above all else: CLEVELAND ROCKS!
“Cleveland Rocks,” penned by Ian Hunter in 1979, became a city anthem after local Cleveland rock station WMMS spun it systematically at six o’clock on Fridays to signal the weekend. Now booming through Progressive Field after the Tribe shows opponents the mighty ways of Northeast Ohio, the song is as much a Cleveland ballpark hallmark as Bertman Mustard.
Constructed in 1871 and commissioned by hardware tycoon Henry Probasco as a memorial to his late brother-in-law and business partner Tyler Davidson, the Genius of Water (also known as the Tyler Davidson Fountain) rises 43 feet in the air and anchors Fountain Square, Cincinnati’s emblematic center.
The can’t-miss landmark of the Queen City was inspired by the grandiose European fountains but broke from tradition by celebrating humankind and all its glory instead of enshrining figures from mythology. Every year on the Saturday before Opening Day down at Great American Ball Park, the water in the fountain returns to signal the start of spring. Head to 5th and Vine and check out the twice-renovated square, now one of the city’s hot spots with year-round events and some of Cincy’s best food.
Those now-iconic black-rimmed glasses, that fresh cut with the jagged neckline, the strut to the mound, and, of course, that wicked fastball—no one has ever done it quite like Wild Thing and no one ever will.
One of Cleveland’s wiliest and rawest pitchers in history, the young Ricky “Wild Thing” Vaughn became a legend when, with the bases loaded and two outs in the top of 9th, he struck out sworn nemesis and Yankees fence buster Clu Haywood. It was the strikeout that set up the end of the Tribe’s 34-season-division-title drought. “Wild thing, you make my heart sing. You make everything groovy.” Pay homage.
Strolls on the Purple People Bridge and through Findlay Market. Day trips to the Cincinnati Art Museum or the National Underground Railroad Freedom Museum. Taking in the city’s distinctive architecture during the Flying Pig Marathon or throughout Bockfest. Those twilight nail-biters at Great American Ball Park and Paul Brown Stadium.
The reasons are seemingly endless for why the Queen City will always rule your heart. Rep your Cincy love loud and proud in this super-soft favorite.
Between the coasters at King’s Island, watching tennis legends Roger Federer and Serena Williams tear up the court at the Western and Southern Open and all-day Reds games at the Great American Ball Park, Queen City is the place to be for the summer. Gear up for all your Cincy expeditions with this lightweight, breathable racerback, featuring our signature super-soft fabric. Find your good time!
There’s no guide to achieving legend status. It’s not about acclaim—it never will be. It’s not measured in dollar signs or trophies. It’s an unrelenting game of one-upmanship against yourself until the record book can never do you justice.
Whether you’re hitting the hot spots in Central Ohio or on the other side of the world, show your love for Discovery City in this women’s lightweight racerback tank top, pre-washed for minimal shrinkage. With all the comfort of our signature super-soft fabric, this racerback is perfect for a long game of sand volleyball or a day at the zoo.
Rep the city stacked with a sick summer festival schedule. Featuring blended fabric for that lightweight, fitted feel, this tank top is styled to breathe and keep you comfortable in the heat of the Arts Fest early in the summer, Jazz Fest midseason, and Food Truck Fest late in the schedule. Make this Columbus tank your summer staple.
“The last three or four reps is what makes the muscle grow. This area of pain divides the champion from someone else who is not a champion.” —Arnold Schwarzenegger
Taking direction from the one and only Austrian Oak, we designed a tank with you champions in mind. This lightweight, breathable racerback will stand up to the most brutal workouts. And our traditional super-soft fabric will give you that extra comfort while you’re ripping through that last rep. Put the gloves on, it’s time to go to work!
You spent all winter bulking up for tank season. You even perfected your favorite Arnold pose in the gym mirrors. Now it’s time to get your threads in order. Show off your guns in this super-soft, lightweight tank featuring a slim fit and white binding. The only question is, which way is the beach?
Looking to travel to Rome, but can't swing a transatlantic trip? May we suggest the Rome of the Midwest? Scenically, just like Rome, Cincinnati is encircled by seven hills, Mount Adams to Fairview Heights.
In terms of Roman roots, while Rome’s name derives from the ancient myth of Romulus, “Cincinnati” comes by way of Roman legend Lucius Quinctius Cincinnatus. And as Rome’s iconic Trevi Fountain celebrates a treasured Roman aqueduct, Cincinnati’s symbolic center and most-visited landmark, the Genius of Water (also known as the Tyler Davidson Fountain), honors the riches the Ohio River has bestowed upon the city. We’d argue with such undeniable similarities, the two metropolises are practically the same—except for three major differences. The Rome of the Midwest has the Great American Ball Park, Paul Brown Stadium and King’s Island, making it hands-down a bigger draw than its European doppelgänger.
Gear up for a vacation of a lifetime with this super-soft, classic tank.
Woody Hayes might be the most popular Hayes in modern Buckeye history, but Ohio State’s oldest remaining campus building, Hayes Hall, was named after Rutherford B. Hayes, not the legendary coach.
At the same time Ohio University and Miami University—the state’s two oldest colleges—were jockeying for the land from the federal 1862 Morrill Act, which provided states with 30,000 acres to found or fund institutions of higher education, Ohio governor at the time, Rutherford B. Hayes, fiercely advocated for a new institution, one nearer to Ohio’s legislature. As the fight heated up, Hayes pushed aside opponents and established the new Columbus institution in 1870. While Hayes would go on to set the foundation for social and civil service reform as the 19th President of the United States, he counted the creation of what would become THE Ohio State University as one of his greatest achievements.
Having promoted the bodybuilding contests Mr. World and Mr. Olympia for more than a decade, Arnold Schwarzenegger and former FBI special agent Jim Lorimer sought to create a new competition that would better financially reward bodybuilders in addition to showcasing their fitness feats on a great stage.
Guided by Arnold’s motto to, “Start wide, expand further, and never look back,” the pair grew what began as just a bodybuilding competition into one of the largest, most comprehensive fitness and health expositions in the world. Pay homage to over 25 years of the Arnold Classic (now called the Arnold Sports Festival) with this super-soft, lightweight tank.
In 1983, former OSU Marching Band member John Tatgenhorst was mixing instrumental tracks at Universal Studios in Chicago with Gene Warman when he realized that the cheer being used at Buckeye games was difficult to follow and never really took hold. Inspired, Tatgenhorst composed and arranged “Let’s Go Bucks!” and gave it to TBDBITL at no cost.
While written primarily for football games, the cheer is commonly played at other Ohio State sporting events, including baseball, basketball, hockey, and soccer. There are no lyrics to the song, but there are noticeable pauses for the crowd to yell, “Let's Go Bucks!”
You don’t have to win a bodybuilding championship to get people’s attention. This super-soft, lightweight tank featuring a slim fit and white binding is Arnold-approved and will have you standing out from the crowd while staying comfortable.
Clear skies and baking temperatures? Must mean Columbus Crew SC season is in full effect.
With Discovery City's team looking like a serious threat in the Eastern Conference once again, there’s no better time for new Black and Gold gear. Rock game day in this lightweight, breathable racerback, featuring our signature super-soft fabric. Here’s to another season of fingertip saves, 360-spin moves and long-range screamers lighting up the net. Go Crew SC!
Ohio State’s most revered song, and also oldest in rotation, “Carmen Ohio” debuted in 1903 when the Men’s Glee Club performed it weeks before parting for winter break.
Initially, the tune composed by freshman Glee Club member Fred Cornell, fell on—well—deaf ears. It was not until three years later when Ohio State’s student newspaper the Lantern published it, that the university began to embrace Cornell’s work. Now sung at every home football game and countless events throughout the school year, “Carmen Ohio” is the quintessential sign of Buckeye allegiance and pride. Pay homage to dear Alma Mater… OHIO!
Where else would 180,000 fitness enthusiasts go to enjoy 1.7 million square feet of athletic nirvana but Columbus, Ohio?
Featuring the latest and greatest innovations in sports equipment, apparel and nutrition, the Arnold Sports Festival showcases a full docket of competitions, from bodybuilders heaving barbells to cheerleading squads nailing routines. Yet, one attraction stands supreme above the rest: Arnold Schwarzenegger, still sporting those legendary pythons.
With more than 20 bodybuilding championships coming in less than 15 years, including five NABBA Mr. Universe titles and seven Mr. Olympia titles, there is a reason Arnold Schwarzenegger’s legend transcends the sport. Add to that astounding resume the countless ways he has promoted bodybuilding, both inside and outside the sport, and you have the reason he is the icon of the bodybuilding world and longtime inspiration for many. Pay homage.
Kicking it since ‘96, the Columbus Crew SC begin their 21st season as the defending Eastern Conference champions, determined to go one step further in the 2016 season.
With a roster so ripe with talent, Columbus is looking forward to a big result. For starters, there’s Kei Kamara, who tied the 2015 regular season scoring record. Then add veteran pitch controller Federico Higuaín to the mix. And, of course, there’s the trifecta of Wil Trapp, Ethan Finlay, and Tony Tchani, who all received call-ups from the U.S. National Team. It’s clear: the Crew SC’s lineup is loaded. Let’s hoist the hardware, Black and Gold!
At the convergence of the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio Rivers lies the land of Black and Gold. Originally Fort Duquesne, a French trading post, it was seized by the British in 1758 during the Seven Years’ War and at once renamed to honor William Pitt, “the greatest British statesman of the 18th century.”
From a trading post to a metropolis built by steel, the City of Champions is home to Penguins, Pirates, Steelers and more than 15 league titles. Whether you’re more North Side or South Hills, West End or East, pay homage to 58 of the finest square miles in the US with this super-soft, feminine favorite.
Born on Paul Brown’s back porch after his acrimonious split from the Browns, the idea for a second professional football franchise in Ohio led the Cleveland coaching legend to meetings with the American Football League and Ohio Governor James Rhodes. The site of the second team: Cincinnati.
As coach and general manager of the new franchise, Paul Brown named the team the Bengals, drawing on the city’s original AFL franchise name while incorporating his Massillon-Tigers roots. For team colors, in an act of defiance of and retribution to the Cleveland Browns fallout, he selected the same shade of orange and only replaced brown with black. And in 1968, the Bengals kicked off a new Cincinnati tradition. Whether you’re at Paul Brown Stadium or deep in the rival territory of Browns, Steelers or even 49ers, rep your colors in this super-soft feminine favorite.
How powerful is this nation? More than a half-million powerful—out-numbering cities Atlanta, Miami and New Orleans.
Since Ohio State’s founding in 1870, the university has been building one of the largest, strongest and most devoted contingents of any school. And each year, more than 50,000 new students enroll to carry on the nation. At the game and across town, rep your Buckeye pride in this super-soft, feminine-cut classic. How firm thy friendship...OHIO!
Looking to travel to Rome, but can't swing a transatlantic trip? May we suggest the Rome of the Midwest?
Scenically, just like Rome, Cincinnati is encircled by seven hills, Mount Adams to Fairview Heights. In terms of Roman roots, while Rome’s name derives from the ancient myth of Romulus, “Cincinnati” comes by way of Roman legend Lucius Quinctius Cincinnatus. And as Rome’s iconic Trevi Fountain celebrates a treasured Roman aqueduct, Cincinnati’s symbolic center and most-visited landmark, the Genius of Water (also known as the Tyler Davidson Fountain), honors the riches the Ohio River has bestowed upon the city. We’d argue with such undeniable similarities, the two metropolises are practically the same—except for three major differences. The Rome of the Midwest has the Great American Ball Park, Paul Brown Stadium and King’s Island, making it hands-down a bigger draw than its European doppelgänger.
Gear up for a vacation of a lifetime with this super-soft, lightweight racerback tank top.
It’s the tank Arnold wished he had while training for those seven Mr. Olympia titles. Featuring a breathable, lightweight spin on our signature super-soft fabric, this essential training tank is built for workouts that go above and beyond. Now it’s time to hit the bench and get those GAINS!
Whether you’re jumping into a grueling workout, a day of errands, a night with friends, or all three, this lightweight, breathable racerback featuring a looser fit will provide the ultimate comfort and keep up with all your adventures. The Arnold Classic might be a once-a-year event, but this is a year-round staple.
Whether you lifted 400-pound hay bales in the Arnold Strongman Classic or watched the absurd retrievals in the table tennis finals, this super-soft stringer featuring outsized arm holes for max range of motion is the perfect way to remember the 2016 Arnold Sports Festival. Time to train for next year’s festival, which just like you, will be even better.
School might not be in session, but that’s no excuse to take summer off from sporting your Buckeye stripes. Beat the heat and pay homage to one of the richest and most decorated athletic traditions in college! And remember, football season is around the corner. O-H!
The Cleveland Indians’ June 4th, 1974 Ten-Cent Beer Night promotion was a smashing success—if you’re strictly speaking about its ability to fill Cleveland Stadium. Everything else about the night lives in infamy.
The week before, the Tribe had taken on the Texas Rangers at Arlington Stadium during the Rangers’ Ten-Cent Beer Night, and a bench-clearing brawl in the bottom of the eighth caused Rangers fans to launch beer and food at the Tribe. When Rangers’ manager Billy Martin was questioned about going to Cleveland the following week and facing retribution, he remarked, Cleveland didn’t have “enough fans there to worry about” it. Mr. Martin had a rude awakening when he was greeted by more than 25,000 fans who were in the middle of consuming over 60,000 Genesee beers.
Early in the game Leron Lee drilled Rangers pitcher Ferguson Jenkins in the stomach with a line drive, igniting the tanked crowd who cheered, “Hit him again! Hit him again! Harder!” With the Rangers up 5-1, the crowd was unrelenting and by the ninth inning—after the Tribe had tied the game at 5-5—a full-blown riot erupted. Fans stormed the field, pulled up the bases and threw everything from batteries to cherry bombs at the Rangers. In an act of MLB solidarity, the Indians team grabbed bats to protect the Rangers while the Cleveland Police Department called in the riot squad.
It doesn’t matter if you made the game-losing error or are wearing the golden sombrero.
Learn from Evelyn Gardner (Bitty Schram) in “A League of Their Own” and don’t shed a tear on the hallowed baseball diamond lest you want Jimmy Dugan (Tom Hanks) telling you in no uncertain terms that, “There’s no crying in baseball.” Rep the rule in this lightweight, super-soft racerback cut to keep you cool through the season’s scorching temperatures.
With this all-American, super-soft tank top, it’s time to give your wings some air and take flight like the, “bird with bad moral character”—good ol’ Benjamin Franklin’s words on the bald eagle, not ours. We’re rather taken by America’s national bird and its fearless, regal form as it swoops through the infinite sky.
Anyway, if it’s not too on the nose—or beak—sky’s the limit on the good times to be had this summer. Reach the peak in style.
BELIEVELAND is the celebration of faith and the story of how fans support their teams, win or lose. We’ve given BELIEVELAND the summer treatment with this lightweight, super-soft tank top, ready for all the homers, no-nos and clutch catches at the Jake.
Knocking out the final mile of your run? Or how about that last set of barbell rows? Either way, this super-soft racerback provides ultimate comfort while featuring a feminine silhouette with maximum range of motion. And if you’re questioning your workout, remember the words of our trainer Arnold Schwarzenegger: “Start wide, expand further, and never look back.”
You can try to approach Jim Valvano’s greatness with accomplishments, like his unbelievable coaching that landed underdogs North Carolina State the 1983 National Championship. You can discuss his monumental ability to inspire, becoming the motivator other motivators turned to when in need.
But more than anything, Jimmy V’s greatness was a matter of limitless courage and belief, best reflected in his personal mantra of, “Dream, work, believe.” Pay homage to one of the most fearless men, and carry on his message of, “Don’t give up. Don’t ever give up.”