In a nutshell, the Oscar Mike Foundation is a charitable apparel line and foundation founded by a former U.S. Marine named Noah Currier, who was wounded in a tragic accident. It’s mission is simple: get veterans on the move again.
This line of military t-shirts and sweatshirts showcase awesome designs and 10% of the proceeds of your purchase go directly to benefit the Oscar Mike Foundation, which puts 100% of its donations to work helping disabled veterans. This clothing line is made in the USA, looks awesome, and is crafted with quality in mind. Simply put, there’s nothing better suited for a patriot than an item from their selection.
We’ve been carrying Oscar Mike Foundation apparel for awhile now and over that time, we’ve seen great interest from our customers in helping veterans through their purchase. We’re excited and pleased to announce that lady patriots now have their own selection of Oscar Mike Foundation apparel to choose from.
We’ve added some great Oscar Mike apparel for women to our store and we can’t wait to hear what you think. These ladies military t-shirts and shorts feature vintage styling and soft, comfortable fabrics that make these wardrobe essentials your favorite uniform at home, at the gym, or on the move.
Choose from ladies military t-shirts to support your favorite branch (we carry Army, USMC, Air Force, and Navy ladies military t-shirt varieties from Oscar Mike), plus retro-styled shorts in white, back, or olive drab green that are great for slipping on before the gym, the beach, or just bumming around at home. You’ll love the comfort and look, but more importantly, what purchasing these items mean.
When you purchase Oscar Mike apparel for women, whether it’s a ladies military t-shirt or a pair of shorts from the collection, 10% of the proceeds go directly to the Oscar Mike Foundation. From there, 100% of the donations the Foundation receives go directly to support disabled veterans. Doing good never looked so good.
Check out our selection of Oscar Mike apparel for women today and shop to support programs that keep disabled veterans on the move.