"Faith Over Fear Special Edition" Military Green T-shirt.
This Faith Over Fear military green shirt is a Special Edition printed on a Tri-blend next level tee.
The first person to ever wear this design on the Military Green tri-blend was Jase Robertson, from the Unashamed Podcast and Duck Dynasty. Thanks to the Robertson family for continuing to preach the good news through the Unashamed podcast.
Watch Episode 226 of the Unashamed podcast where Jase Robertson wears the very first 316Tees "Faith Over Fear - Special Edition T-shirt"". Al Robertson is wearing our Overcomer tee.
For those who haven't heard or seen the podcast yet, we highly recommend it. For those who have listened to the podcast, I am asking for prayers for the Robertson family to continue to have a platform to share Jesus with people across the U.S. and beyond.
ABOUT THE FAITH OVER FEAR SPECIAL EDITION SHIRT:
The "FAITH OVER FEAR" special edition design is printed on the Next Level tri-blend t-shirt.
You won't need to worry about shrinkage with the tri-blend shirt.
.: 50% polyester, 25% combed ringspun cotton, 25% rayon
.: Light Fabric (4.3 oz/yd² (146 g/m²))
.: Regular fit
.: Sewn in label
This Faith Over Fear special 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. I like my shirts to have an athletic fit, like the old Sanctify t-shirts or the C28 shirts. Jase Robertson wears his a little looser than I do, and he also wears a large. Hope this helps!
That is what this FAITH OVER FEAR shirt is all about. Look how the shirt is designed. The word FAITH IS bold and bright, while the word FEAR is printed in a softer color and upside down. Just like a reflection. Look up at the heavens, and cling to the Faith that overcomes the reflection of fear.