Free America - Roundel Collection

noun | roun•del | /`roundl/
1. a small disk, especially a decorative medallion.
• a circular identifying mark painted on military aircraft.

The Cross of Lorraine was a symbol of Free France during World War II, symbolizing French patriotism and resistance during the German occupation. The Cross was often displayed in the middle of the French tricolor flag and on Free French warships and aircraft. Here, we've appropriated the Cross of Lorraine, combining it with a roundel in the colors and a design representing the American flag, that we like to call 'Free America' for a modern day resistance, should you need it. 

• Semi-structured fit: medium structure, medium profile
• Constructed with a durable, rugged canvas

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