The phrase comes from a toast written by General John Stark, New Hampshire's most famous soldier of the American Revolutionary War, on July 31, 1809. Poor health forced Stark to decline an invitation to an anniversary reunion of the Battle of Bennington. Instead, he sent his toast by letter:
LIVE FREE OR DIE: Death is not the worst of evils.
With the recent events unfolding around the country and even around the world, we wanted to come up with something that represented, in a subtle way, what it means to be a Law Enforcement Officer. “All Give Some, Some Give All” summed up what we wanted to get across in a simple, but powerful statement.
The message is delivered in distressed impact lettering above and below the universal law enforcement symbol, the Thin Blue Line. On the right sleeve, there’s also a white American Flag, properly displayed, with a blue line as one of the stripes.
The shirt itself is made with Gildan DryBlend 50% cotton / 50% DryBlendPoly shirts for a lasting soft and comfortable wear.
The Thin Blue Line is the one unifying symbol for Law Enforcement Officers in the United States. It's a symbol that represents not only the barrier between criminals and the public, but also commemorates fallen LEOs. This iteration shows the Thin Blue Line on a properly (union in the top, left) displayed vertical American Flag. The front has the Police Blotter Logo displayed on the left chest. This is our hoodie version of our popular Thin Blue Line Vertical Flag T-Shirt.
This hoodie has the option of the Police Blotter logo on the left chest or the Certified Wolfhunter Logo on the left chest. Find the options in the FRONT drop down menu to the right.