Limited Edition T-shirt celebrating the The "Zavala flag" which was allegedly adopted during the Convention of 1836 at Washington-on-the-Brazos. It is usually portrayed as a blue field with a white star of five points central and with the letters "TEXAS," one letter at each star point. This description of the flag, however, is inconsistent with the journal entries of the convention for March 3, 1836, and March 12, 1836, which do not indicate that the convention accepted Zavala's design. Celebrate Texas Independence and it's storied heritage with this commemorative t-shirt!
Supplies are limited, and these shirts won't last long, so get your shirt before they're gone. Show your TEXAN PRIDE - Wear it Proud, Wear it Loud!