Cool patriotic kids’ shirts beyond the red, white, and blue

Military shirts for Memorial DayWith a husband in the Air Force Reserves, you can bet that Memorial Day means more to us than the unofficial start of summer and a long lazy weekend. And while in years past I deck the kids out in red, white, and blue, this year I’ve got the coolest t-shirts that pay a little homage to exactly what my husband does when he goes off to work.

[don’t miss a sweet giveaway after the jump!]

The new military kids’ t-shirts from Cool Mom Picks favorite and dad-run business Shirts That Go are so cool that my husband brought them into work to show all his squadron. As a C-130 pilot, he’s probably as excited as my son is to be able to see his airframe on his kids And if you don’t have a heavy driver in your household, you’ll find other military vehicles as well, from Army tankers and fighter jets, to Coast Guard rescue boats and planes. 
Even if you’re not a military family like us, it’s a wonderful way to show your support for our troops any day of the week. Or just to feed your kids’ addiction to transportation vehicles. I can’t be the only one with those, right? -Kristen

Purchase the Air Force C-130 shirt, along with other military vehicle shirts, at Shirts That Go

Congratulations to Michael M. and Krystina M!  They each won a shirt from Shirts That Go. 


Kristen is CEO/Co-Founder of Cool Mom Picks and a busy mom of four kids who lives in the Philly 'burbs. Though really, what mom isn't busy?


  • Reply May 29, 2012

    Kevin Morgan

    Hi Cool Mom Picks,
    I watched Nick (my eldest son) build his business from just an idea, because he couldn’t find the shirts he wanted for his two sons. And now he has arrived, here, at cool Mom picks. This is very satisfying for his dad (myself), and it is good to see that this turned into a way to support our troops, which is so important.
    Thanks for appreciating Nick’s products.
    Kevin Morgan (@FitOldDog)

  • Reply May 29, 2012

    Jessica Schwartz

    Love these shirts!

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