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The Smokey Fire Safety t-shirt is made of organic cotton jersey with a sturdy, heavy-weight structure that holds is shape over time - guaranteed to be the smoothest tee in your cramped travel bag. This educational t-shirt is a camper’s best friend, featuring fire-building and preserving diagrams all along its long sleeves and back, with Smokey Bear embodying the forest’s Uncle Sam on the front, reminding us « Only you can prevent wildfires ».10% of sales revenue of our Smokey Bear products goes to the US forest service.

In 1950, the living incarnation of Smokey was found when a bear cub was rescued as he clung to a charred, smoking tree trunk after a forest fire in New Mexico. Upon healing, the appropriately named cub was sent to live in the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. This real Smokey Bear continued to live and be the universal symbol of fire prevention until 1976, when he was laid to rest in Capitan, New Mexico.