Endo Apparel Shirts Are Cool.

          So, have you seen certain YouTubers wearing or promoting t-shirts from Endo Apparel or did you stumble upon the company and their products while searching for some subtle and aesthetically appealing pro-freedom, pro-gun clothing? In either case, I have some information that you will want to hear.


          Endo Apparel prints their designs on the U.S. produced Track Shirt by American Apparel. These t-shirts are comprised of a fairly thin material, at least compared to something like the average t-shirt made by Gildin but they’re not tissue-thin or anything absurd like that. You definitely can’t see skin through them, so no worries there. Endo Apparel t-shirts are made of 50% polyester, 25% cotton, and 25% rayon. American Apparel states that,

Polyester retains shape and elasticity; Cotton lends both comfort and durability; addition of Rayon makes for a unique texture and drapes against the body for a slimming look.

          I really do like the feel and look of this fabric blend. It feels light on the body, plus the shirt is designed with an athletic fit in mind which is what I always look for when buying shirts. I must warn you that these shirts do differ in consistency. I have always gotten a size large and some of these shirts are a little on the long side. I’m 6’2″ and fairly slender and some of my shirts from Endo Apparel drape 3″ beyond my waist while some go 4.5″ beyond my waste. I do prefer that my shirts aren’t too long so I really like the fit of the shirt that goes about 3″ past my waste line. Length isn’t the only variation with these shirts. Its also weight. Out of the seven shirts I own the weights vary from 5.2oz to 6.2oz. This isn’t that noticeable but I figured I’d throw it out there.

John Browning, Mikhail Kalashnikov, Eugene Stoner, and Gaston Glock. These are the four most famous firearms designers. Chances are, you have heard of their inventions.

          Now onto longevity. I have owned some of these t-shirts for over a year and I tend to wear them regularly. They are absolutely doing just fine with no perceptible decrease in quality after all the time spent wearing them and all the times they have been washed and dried. The printed designs on the shirts still appear normal, not to mention rad as f***. The stitching on the hem (the bottom opening of the shirt) is not unraveled, as is the case for the rest of the stitching on all of these shirts. The fabric hasn’t turned to rags either so its good there to! Furthermore, the tags aren’t all shriveled up. They still can be easily read in case you need to refer to it for whatever reason.

California. A land of gun control, cultural marxism, and low economic freedom. This shirt is way better than those lame California state flag shirt.

          And, as far as care instructions go I follow these simple rules. If I like the current fit of the shirt then I will machine wash and dry it in cold or cool temperatures. If you want your Endo Apparel shirt to fit a little more tighter then you need to wash and dry it on warm or hot. As far as I know, most washers and dryers have their default wash/dry temperatures hot enough to make these shirts shrink a little. Since these things are made with cotton and rayon they are susceptible to shrinking from heat which I prefer because it means that if get a piece of clothing that is too big then you can just shrink it at home and if the piece of clothing fits just right then all you have to do is wash it on a cool temperature which is something I already do as part of my normal wash “procedure”.

Per U.S. Code Title 10, Section 311, I am a member of the Unorganized Militia.

          These pro-liberty shirts from Endo Apparel have been a good use of money in my book. The shirts are definitely high quality and durable plus they weren’t specifically made for husky dudes which means they are slim and well fitting on me. Also, the designs aren’t corny or obnoxious. Well, they may be a little in-your-face for some people who don’t believe in individual freedom, personal responsibility, and a means of defense for free men everywhere but that is A-okay if you ask me. I for one, believe in self-defense from thugs and tyrants so I think these shirts are heart-warming.

Defend Freedom? I couldn’t agree more! I like this shirt the most out of the seven I own.

          Thank you for reading this article of mine. I always strive to produce helpful content that is free of mistakes or incorrect information. I invite all relevant questions, comments, and criticism. If you have any questions then feel free to leave a comment down below and I will try to have an answer for you as soon as possible.