"5 Gospel Symbols" Camo edition.
We have released a camo edition of the popular "5 Symbols" design in black, military green, heather white, and heather brown - all in our Tri-blend Next level tee.
NOTE: We also now have a Heavier Cotton version of the "5 Gospel Symbols" shirt in Small through 5XL. (thanks to Unashamed fans for this recommendation)
This t-shirt is a commemorative design in memory of Bill Smith, from Monroe, Louisiana, who drew these symbols on a chalkboard over 30 years ago when he was speaking about the life of Jesus in a leadership class. Since then, these symbols have been printed on t-shirts, bracelets, and more.
The hieroglyphic-style symbols tell the gospel story. From left to right the symbols represent:
We have created this commemorative t-shirt to honor Bill Smith and support his mission. He was the director of One Kingdom, a mission/relief ministry for the 60+ years at Whites Ferry Road Church. He came to West Monroe in the late ‘50’s as a missionary looking for funds and wound up staying there until he departed. 316Tees wants to give to something that mattered to Bill Smith, and OneKingdom.org is it.
The "5 Symbols" design is printed on the Next Level tri-blend t-shirt.
You won't need to worry about shrinkage with the tri-blend shirt. The tri-blend shirt is 4.3 oz, which is lighter than your typical store-bought shirt. These are very high-quality and super soft but just a little lighter than the standard tee.
If you prefer a heavier cotton tee (but not too heavy), this design is also available on a Gildan 5000, Small through 5X here.
.: 50% polyester, 25% combed ringspun cotton, 25% rayon
.: Light Fabric (4.3 oz/yd² (146 g/m²))
.: Regular fit
.: Sewn in label
This 5 Gospel Symbols Camo edition design is printed on a Next Level 6010, which is true to fit, but very slightly on the smaller side. If you are used to buying shirts in a retail store, oftentimes these shirts are 1 size large for me. This Next Level 6010 does not fit that way. It fits the way shirts are supposed to fit. I am 6' 2" and 200 lbs. and I like to wear a Large in these shirts. Jase Robertson wears his a little looser than I do, and he also wears a large. Hope this helps!