Remember the Fallen and honor those heroes who gave their lives in the line of duty in 2015 in our Annual ODMP Honor Roll t-shirt. The shirt front highlights those qualities embodied by law enforcement officers with the thin blue line reminder to REMEMBER. The shirt back features the names of all fallen officers from 2015 incorporated into a subdued thin blue line flag design. Printed on a District brand "Very Important Tee" featuring 100% pure tee perfection from the softest, most durable 50/50 ring-spun combed cotton/poly blend.
SIZING NOTE: THIS DESIGN IS PRINTED ON A SLIMMER FIT T-SHIRT AND RUNS SMALL. CUSTOMERS WHO PREFER A LOOSER FIT MAY WANT TO SIZE UP.
We were pleased with the message that the shirt represents, but the thin material and quality of the shirt itself wasn't worth the money. Also, you suggested that we size up if we wanted a loose fit; that was a mistake because the shirt was way too large and we should have ordered our regular size.
I've received many positive comments from the rest of us who support the vast majority of law enforcement who are dedicated to protect and serve. I'm glad to have the opportunity to salute those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Great tshirt, good materials, well made
Love the lightweight material and it was a perfect fit. Super fast shipping and best of all it is a beautiful shirt that honors my brother❤️!
I have ordered both the men's and women's shirts. The only thing I am worried about is that on the men's shirt the designs and words do not seem to be as hearty and well made as on the women's..... So in that case I am going to buy another of the men's shirts to put away. Unfortunately we have brother in blue who's name is on this beautiful shirt. So to us it's worth buying 2! One to wear and one put in our memory box. Thank ODMP for all the hard work you do keeping the names and faces of these amazing men and women who have given their all to make sure we can sleep a little easier tonight.
Love this shirt....fits great.....Too bad a shirt like this has to exist...RIP to all the fallen officers...