Description

When the O’Bryan Brothers first attempted to trademark the word “Duck,” also the name for the Civil War tent material they used to make their first workwear, the Trademark Office denied their application for being too generic. The brothers added “Head” to create “Duck Head.” That application was approved! The iconic mallard mark was born. This print memorializes and celebrates the original Trademark registration.

Details

  • 100% Combed Cotton Jersey
  • Printed graphic on front and back of garment
  • Silicone washed
  • Ribbed collar
  • Left chest pocket with graphic
  • Imported
  • Machine wash cold & tumble dry low
  • D21004