The BF-109 was designed in the mid-1930s by Willy Messerschmitt and Robert Lusser. This fighter first saw service during the Spanish Civil war and went on to become the most prolifically produced aircraft ever, used in all theatres of WW2 notably during the Battle of Britain, North Africa and the Eastern Front.
T-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 185gsm with tubular short sleeves.
What is the difference between the designation BF 109 German fighter and ME 109?
The change in designation refers to the moment in 1938 that designer Willy Messerschmitt gained a controlling share of the company he’d worked for, the Bayerische Flugzeugwerke, from which “Bf” was derived. Anything in production prior to that retained the “Bf” designation, while anything entering service afterward was “Me.”
Size and care instructions
All our t-shirts are designed by Flyingraphics and printed in Great Britain. Designs are printed by hand onto each shirt using the silk-screenprint process and direct to garment digital print.
Chest size to fit :
S (36-38"), M (38-40"), L (41-42"), XL (43-44"), 2XL (45-47"), 3XL (49-51"), 4XL (52-54").
Care of your T-shirt
1. Machine wash warm, inside out with like colours.
2. Use only non-chlorine bleach.
3. Do not tumble dry
4. Iron inside out and not directly on the design.
5. Do not dry clean
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