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John “Calico Jack” Rackham Underestimated Graphic Tee

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Size: XS

Color: Black


December 26, 1682 in England


Nov 18, 1720 in Port Royal, Jamacia

Rolled With:       

Most A-list pirates during its Golden Age

Pirate Home:     

Nassau, New Providence Island


Caught (surrendered) near Lucia Jamacia by Jonathan Barnett.  Tried in Spanish Town, Jamacia and hanged in Port Royal on November 18, 1720.


The love of Rackham’s life was Anne Bonny.  Bonny fought alongside Mary Read on Rackham’s ship, immediately prior to Rackham’s capture (surrender), while Rackham hid below deck.  Prior to his sentence being carried out, it is said that Anne Bonny visited Rackham and said to him, "I'm sorry to see you here, but if you had fought like a man, you need not have hanged like a dog."  Rackham is also credited with flying the first “Jolly Roger” as it has come to be known, with its forward-facing skull and crossed swords beneath it.  He was given the name “Calico”, because of his taste for clothes made of brightly colored Indian Calico cloth. 

*The internet-based encyclopedia that is consistently asking for hand-outs and can be edited by anyone tells us that we’re wrong about Calico Jack and his Jolly Roger.  We’re not. 

Wicked soft tri-blend tee that won't show your nipple ring(s).  Like all of our tees and hoodies, our designs are printed into the fabric - not pressed onto the fabric.  That means you won't have to spend your summer walking around with a plastic poster glued to your chest.      

  • 50% polyester/25% combed ringspun cotton/25% rayon jersey
  • Shirt will not prevent shrinkage while skinny-dipping.  But like all of our tees and hoodies, you can use it to cover up.  
  • Sizes are standard men's/unisex sizes.