Habu Blackbird Shirt
We couldn't find a decent Blackbird or Habu shirt anywhere—so we made our own.
This shirt is inspired by a 1968 poster by Russ Maheras commemorating the "Habu" nickname for the SR-71 Blackbird and its crew.
Habu is the name of a venomous snake found in Okinawa, Japan where the SR-71 was based when it earned this nickname, owing to the fact that they look similar.
This shirt is a subtle nod to anyone familiar with the Blackbird without screaming "I LIKE AVIATION HISTORY".
Printed on a sweatshop-free, soft, black tee with water-based inks.
This item is currently being printed and will likely ship mid- to late-September
Illustration is licensed under creative commons 3.0.