Buffalo Special Edition: "Buffalo Tree"

Unisex T-Shirt, Heather Gray

Buffalo Special Edition: "Buffalo Tree"

$26.00

$8* from every sale will be donated to Jordan Berkhoudt.
*Provided campaign reaches 72 shirts purchased, otherwise donation will be $4 per shirt.

Unless otherwise noted, printed on a 90% cotton, 10% polyester blend. (That means it's soft!) Available only through April 22nd, then it's gone.

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NOTE: Ladies sizes run small and fitted. If you are having trouble deciding between two sizes, we suggest selecting the larger to avoid an ill-fitting product. Remember, due to the exclusive nature of 26 Shirts' designs, we only accept returns or exchanges under extraordinary circumstances.
NOTE: For New Era Caps, please allow additional 5-10 business days for delivery.
$26.00
This shirt is available for order until midnight EST on April 23, 2018. After the ordering period is closed, please allow an additional 10 business days for production. Your order will be shipped or available for pickup at the latest on May 08, 2018.

The Need

“In the past months, Jordan has been treated for Lyme disease. It can be a controversial diagnosis with even more controversial treatments when the illness is long term. Because of this, Lyme treatment is not covered by insurance. The specialist Jordan sees is outside Albany, NY, requiring hotel stays, food costs, and transportation expenses in addition to the significant medical costs. We have also traveled to Rhode Island for specialist consultations to address the pain. Dave continues to be home with Jordan, and has been off from work for over a year and a half now. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your help and prayers!!” -From Jordan Berkhoudt’s mom, Shelli

You can learn more about Jordan at our blog. Please consider a shirt purchase or donation to his online fundraiser.


Contributing Artist


Graphic designer and Buffalo native, Terri has been working in print and digital design professionally for over ten years. Terri enjoys working with flat color vectors and digitizing hand-drawn black and white ink drawings for illustrations.

The Sponsor


Valu Home Centers has been proudly serving the do-it-yourselfer since 1968. With 41 stores and nearly 900 employees in Western and Central New York, and Northwestern Pennsylvania, Valu provides its customers with the perfect alternative to the large, warehouse home improvement stores.