Cincinnati, on the frontier of the west in the early 1800’s, became a booming center for the production of pork. Lands out “west” were far better for farming pigs and southwest Ohio was no different. Add onto that easy and cheap transportation with river boats on the Ohio River and the intricate system of canals, and you have a winning combination to pack half a million pigs a year by 1850. Based on that type of production, it's no wonder Cincinnati became known as Porkopolis.
50% Polyester 25% Combed Ring-Spun Cotton 25% Rayon
A perfect blend that is incredibly soft with great drape, stretch and recovery.
- Fabric: Tri-Blend Jersey
- Neck: Crew
- Binding: Side seamed. 1x1 tri-blend baby rib set-in collar.