It is comfortable. The print feels soft as the fabric but has texture to it. It’s a nice design!
I like the confident attitude and the colors.
It runs big. This the second shirt I’ve bought. The first one is way too big. My friend had the same problem
My seven year old grandson even understands this shirt. It gives me even more strength as he recognizes the emblem!. He may not understand MS but he knows that he gives me a special superpower strength. Thank you for this shirt design.
I was happy with this product as with all my past items.
I love the shirt but the decal washs out too easy. I even washed it inside out and everything!
The quality of the tshirt material is great and the logo looks great.
Love the shirt but hate the illness. I rock this shirt so I can spread awareness for MS. This illness is horrible and I dont know how much longer i will be able to work doing my profession (Im a EMT) but I do know it wont be taken from me just yet! I save lives for a living and I will fight my hardest against MS so I can continue to save lives!
Others don’t always know what an MS battle is all about. My biggest battle is fatigue. I was diagnosed with MS 34 years ago. After being on daily injections for 25+years, I ran out of good sites to use. In 2010, I was placed on the end of a study for Gilyena, a once a day oral medication and most of my “bad” symptoms of MS have greatly improved. Occasional tingling and numbness will reappear, but no more of the painful symptoms like walking on hot coals, the feeling of rubbing alcohol being poured over open wounds when there’s nothing even there, increased sensitivity to the air on your skin from a fan, double vision or loss of vision, all symptoms that I have experienced. MS fatigue is hard to explain. I get tired, VERY tired, and that can happen while doing nothing. There are times when I have to talk myself into getting out of bed and starting the day or getting out of the chair to perform routine daily activities. The severity doesn’t occur every day, but I’m ALWAYS tired. I usually push myself to keep going and regret it later. A good nights sleep most often does nothing to relieve the fatigue and those nights are few and far between. Thank goodness for sleeping pills! LOL Several years ago, I was talking to someone about having had MS for the past 30-something years, and my husband spoke up and corrected me stating that WE have had MS. I never thought of it like that. Great observation. My husband, my family are very supportive. We have 25 year old twin daughters who have never known me without MS. But I’m like the energizer bunny and keep going. I don’t think they’ve missed out too much in life. I was active at school, church, softball games, going to Disney World and the holidays, etc, and now I’m an active “GRANDGAIL”. If you didn’t know me, you wouldn’t be able to tell that I have MS. So I carry on with a positive attitude and a sense of humor. And like my grandfather always said, “Keep on keeping on”.
I absolutely love it and when I wear it out I get many compliments on it.
First time ordering I love my new t-shirt cannot wait to show it off!! Thank you awareness store!!
Quality good, wish color was stronger on symbol to stand out more but all in all nice T