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This seafaring tee is named for Fort Augustus, which sits near a series of locks on the Caledonian Canal, just before the canal enters the waters of the deep and mysterious Loch Ness.
This cool snake graphic is styled after early Celtic knotwork and Pictish stone art. Dewi was the name of a Celtic god who looked like a dragon.
The Royal National Lifeboat Institution is similar to our coast guard. Their heroic search and rescue lifeboats patrol the coastal waters around all the British Isles, and major inland waterways too.
Pods of orcas are known to migrate through Scottish waters, and at least one pod lives off the coast of Scotland all through the year.
Badgers are native to Scotland--and this salty fellow has aspirations of becoming a fisherman!
Surrounded by water on three sides and home to thousands and thousands of lochs (lakes), Scotland takes its fish and ships seriously.
A dynamic dino graphic from our 2016 Japan collection gives this long-sleeved tee ferocious style.
Our Bauhaus board was such a cool part of our 2014 Germany collection, we had to bring it back for an encore!
This super panda made all kinds of friends when he was part of our 2013 China collection. He's here again and ready to make new friends!