A young woman shows off our long-sleeved Astronaut Shirt: an astronaut in a space suit holding a quart jar of Piper & Leaf tea
The backside of our Astronaut Shirt: "Huntsville, we have a tea problem"

Piper & Leaf "Spaceman" Midnight Blue Long Sleeve Comfort Colors Shirt

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An homage to Huntsville’s history in the heavens, Our spaceman is holding a jar of tea. On the back of the shirt says: “Huntsville, we have a tea problem”

Screenprinted in-house by our family, and proudly worn by Allison on our production team! A transplant from Oregon, we are doing our best to infuse her with everything related to Rocket City.

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Sarah Madison
Five Stars

Real cute, real comfy: one of my favorite long sleeved shirts! I love the nod to Huntsville's history with space and the fact that the astronaut is holding the jar of tea with the logo facing outward (though the brand is kind of hard to see unless you know it's there).

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Jessica
Five Stars

This is a super comfortable and quality made shirt! Perfect theme for those who love space or live in the Rocket City. I only wish the P&L insignia was repeated larger or name written out on the back. It's easy to miss the brand on the jar on the astronaut image (which kinda makes it perfect for space shirt at cursory glance, then "wait, oh, ha...I see what you did there!")

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Sarah Madison
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Real cute, real comfy: one of my favorite long sleeved shirts! I love the nod to Huntsville's history with space and the fact that the astronaut is holding the jar of tea with the logo facing outward (though the brand is kind of hard to see unless you know it's there).

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Jessica
Five Stars

This is a super comfortable and quality made shirt! Perfect theme for those who love space or live in the Rocket City. I only wish the P&L insignia was repeated larger or name written out on the back. It's easy to miss the brand on the jar on the astronaut image (which kinda makes it perfect for space shirt at cursory glance, then "wait, oh, ha...I see what you did there!")